The Kelpies statues lit up at Helix Parkland in Falkirk, Scotland. Built of structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, the Kelpies are 30 meters high (98.425 feet) and weigh in at 300 tons. The Kelpies were designed by artist Andy Scott and are a monument to horse powered heritage across Scotland, giving the area proud equine guardians.
William Scott, the painter who made the everyday into a masterpiece
The William Scott centenary has reminded us of the importance of a major figure in British art. Richard Moss travels to Hastings and Wakefield to discover the abstract poetry of landscapes, nudes, pots and pans.