PICTURES: Outdoor artwork inspired by Inverness's built environment unveiled along National Cycle Network
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An impressive series of temporary outdoor artwork created by young people in Inverness has been unveiled along the National Cycle Network at a free public event today.
The new artwork, which has been supported by funding from the Scottish Government and administered through Sustrans Scotland’s Art and Diversity programme, featured a combination of painted and printed images displayed on Inverness High Street, featuring linocut and screen printing on wooden panels, creating modular screens lining the street.
The display, inspired by Inverness's built environment, its people, and community use, along with a desire for improvement, was created by pupils from Inverness High School.
It will remain on display on the National Cycle Network Route 1, outside Eastgate Shopping Centre from November 18-24.
The project forms part of the wider ’ShapeChangers’ public art project along the National Cycle Network in Scotland.