Littlehampton Welding Limited were responsible for the metal fabrication of three monumental sculptures designed by the architect turned artist Nicholas Hare at this year’s sculpture show in the grounds of Glyndebourne Opera House. The metal sculptures are part of a site-wide exhibition with the theme of ‘Between Worlds’ and are formed from Cor-Ten steel sheets which weather with time. Each metal sculpture explores the spacial geometry of triangles in a slightly different way. They are all fairly architectural in scale, with ‘Dancer’ being the largest piece that our steel fabricators worked on. It weighs 26 tonnes and is about 30 feet high making it possible for people to stand beneath it and view the shapes and negative spaces that are formed from different angles. ‘Couple’ and ‘Bridge’ are both smaller pieces, but are no less interesting in their compositions. The sculptures will be on show until the end of August 2019 when the current opera festival ends. They are all fine examples of the increasing amount of public art sculpture that LWL has been involved with over the last few years.