"Cranes are so skeletal standing elegantly, moving and sometimes even dancing round in the sky. The sky continually changes colour and the cranes respond to the changes, I can see a yellow crane from my living room, yesterday the sky was stormy and the light was quite eerie and the crane just glowed. I often use a series of four colours in my work to represent the sun and I like the idea, the first two cranes form the sun and the colours of the other cranes with respond to this hot colour palette." says Morag
A series of vibrant colourways for cranes used construction on sites overlooking the river Thames, animating the Greenwich Peninsula skyline. The multi-coloured cranes will frame the construction of Upper Riverside.
9 x colourblock cranes on Upper Riverside.
Now Gallery &
Cranes on site
Phase 1 2016
Phase 2 2017