Tree sculpture on the coastal path at Low Hauxley, Amble, Northumberland.
4m high, Brick, 2022
The coast of Northumberland was once connected to Northern Europe with a forest that was flooded around eight thousand years ago when the English Channel was created. Ancient tree stumps can still be seen on the beach along the coast. The tree sculpture is a memorial to the ancient forest that once stood there and designed to provide habitat for birds.