Over the last 50 years, Milton Keynes has developed an excellent reputation for Public Art development, with over 220 Public Artworks across the city.
"Public Art in Milton Keynes is about inviting the vision, creativity, and skills of artists, to engage people freely with the place, in a well-considered way."
A quick short meet to introduce you to one of MK's sometimes forgotten pieces of artwork. The usual chatter and socialising are encouraged.
When: Saturday 15th February 09:30 to 10:00
Where: Meet next to the artwork "The Twins".
Who: Geocachers near and far, new and old, everyone is welcome!
The Twins: Taslim Martin, 2003
Based upon the discovery of three small pottery jars on the outskirts of the roman town Magiovinium while the Fenny Stratford bypass was being built, beneath the surface of Galley Lane. Inside the jars was a large quantity of bronze coin blanks as well as the raw materials for making them and a pair of iron coin dies. The Twins match the style of the discovered jars, and are both fully sized jars buried in their surrounding and were not cut down to fit the area.
Ref: Taslim Martin's website.