RiverLife: Three Sites on the Almond - A Brass Rubbing Trail

RiverLife: Three Sites on the Almond Project

In November 2020 we are delighted to launch three brand new public artworks at sites on the river Almond.

Through Autumn 2019 to Summer 2020 the RiverLife project commissioned two community artists (Annie and Morvern) to work with local residents and visitors to Livingston (West Lothian) to make a series of artworks to be situated along the river Almond. We are extremely grateful to all those who gave their time, creativity and fostered a sense of community to create this series of lovely works.

Now you and your family can go and see the three sculptures for yourself! They are located opposite the new fish passages on the northern side of the river Almond; from Kirkton to Craigshill. The sculptures feature drawings by the local community inspired by the wildlife that lives in and around the river. Bring along some paper and crayons and you use the sculptures to make your very own brass rubbing.

Click below to find out more about the artworks including a gallery of sketches and prints created by the community and a map to help you spot the sculptures.