Visit a new temporary art installation on Temple Street and Riverside Square. Created by the team behind Bath Carnival, the work celebrates Keynsham’s natural and cultural worlds.
Three artists from the Bath Carnival team collaborated over the course of a month to create the two art pieces. After using digital software to create scaled designs for each of the 25 window and door panes, they spent two weeks on site painting directly onto the glass.
Using a blend of Posca pens and specially formulated paints, Hannah, Jacob and Stu used the Riverside Square side to celebrate local wildlife, and the Temple Street row to highlight a range of themes synonymous with Keynsham, including its distinct buildings, flagship events and local businesses.
This installation has been supported with High Streets Recovery funding from The Combined Authority. The Vacant Units Action Project, delivered by B&NES Council’s Regeneration Team, aims to reimagine the future of our high streets through a series of pilot projects and interventions that simultaneously support local artists, community groups and businesses. Thanks to Keynsham Avon Wildlife Trust for sharing their expertise and making the installation possible.