A controversial new public art installation has finally been unveiled at the River Ness in Inverness, Scotland. Proposed in 2018, the stone-built pier is part of Highland Council’s £758,350 River Connections Public Art Programme.Continue reading
A window cleaner jumped at the chance to steal £500,000 worth of art from the home of late Scottish painter Alan Davie, a UK court has heard.
Daniel Pressland had cleaned Davie’s windows and performed odd-jobs for him since 2002. Aware of a first floor window in the artist’s Hertford home that could not be closed properly, Pressland burgled the house several times in the months following Davie’s death in 2014. Continue reading