Sculpture Trail

© Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail

© Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail

Wyldwood Arts have been invited by Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust to animate the launch of 'Cusp' a new ambitious site specific sculpture by artist, Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva.

Dates to get involved
11 April 11am - 2pm
Visual Arts led by Josie Rogerson

30 May 1.30pm 4.30pm
Storytelling & music workshop with Chez Dunford & Adam Blake

1 August 10:30am- 12pm & 1pm- 2:30pm
Storytelling & Adventure walks with Adam Blake


About Cusp
'Cusp is a major new sculpture for the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail reaching 10 metres in height and featuring sculptural wings 10 metres in diameter... Evoking the spirituality, heritage and landscape of the Forest and its people, Cusp will first appear tree-like in its form, as part of the landscape.  Closer to, the artist envisions that the ‘branches’ might suggest wings of a bird such as the Forest’s buzzards or opening hands in a gesture of welcome, giving and receiving.  Positioned on a hill top with panoramic views of the Cannop Valley, Cusp will ignite and hone the senses as the sounds of the Forest echo within the sculpture and natural light casts shadows on the surrounding landscape. ' (

Produced by Wyldwood Arts, funded by Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust. 

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