See art on the Wolds Way

Malton, East Riding of Yorkshire

The WANDER art trail is the first of its kind in the country encompassing a series of public art installations on the 79 mile national walking trail.

Created to enhance and compliment the natural beauty of the countryside, the landmark artworks represent the rolling landscape of the Yorkshire Wolds. Pieces include 6 oak benches by artist and furniture maker Angus Ross etched with poetry composed by John Wedgwood Clark location at view points provide the perfect places to rest and reflect.

Time and Waves created by Chris Drury is a subtle spiral mound situated in the base of the valley close to the village of Thixendale and a bespoke building installed by Bauman Lyons provides walkers with a  shelter at Fridaythorpe close to the halfway point of the trail. As you cross into North Yorkshire you will find the Guardian Warriors and Red Riven Posts installation near Malton which leads up to a tranquil dew pond with magnificent views of the Vale of Pickering and the North York Moors.

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