A NEW sculpture is wowing staff and patients at Ashgate Hospice.
The sculpture, Liquid Junctions by Julie Clare, is intended to expresses the beauty, chaos and harmony of water and is designed to provide “pleasure and reflection” for patients and staff.
It arrived at the hospice two weeks ago from Carsington Water reservoir near Ashbourne and will be at the hospice for another three months.
Chris Jones, a spokesman for Julie Clare, said the piece took nine months to create.
He said: “It will spend its life on tour.”
The work is made from portland cement and locally quarried marble dust.
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