Crawley boasts an extensive collection of public artworks throughout the town.
The artworks all complement their setting. Many have a story to tell about the town they live in.
Around Crawley , you’ll find Kate Munro’s The Clouds Are High and The Skies Are Wide on the Worth Way,
In the town centre , Amanda Randall’s The Vegetable Family for ASDA, Peter Parkinson and Richard Quinell’s stunning Martletts Tree in Queen’s Square join 5 others.
On roundabouts , Gary Breeze’s 60 Arrows and Ray Smith's Flying Spiral
More recent commissions include four pieces at the town’s K2 Crawley Leisure Centre and two more in Crawley town centre.
In addition to these works there is an on-going programme of creative community workshop projects which range from wood sculpturing to murals and banners in the town’s community centres, Queen’s Square and local neighbourhoods.
Crawley Borough Council’s Public Art Programme is supported by Arts Council England through its Arts Lottery Programme, Arts & Business and Scottish Widows, Gleesons, SNP, ASDA and Rawlison and Butler.
The artwork above is the final piece for the Making a Mark community art project in Broadfield.
The artwork is located at Broadfield Barton and was designed and created by local school children and the community.
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