A new display of artwork, created by residents and artists from the local community, can now be seen adorning the hoardings outside Tideway’s Carnwath Road Riverside site in Fulham.
The aim of the artwork is to showcase the local area by exploring and depicting the River Thames’ wildlife, ecology and surrounding landscape.
Commissioned by Tideway, created by members of the Society of Fulham Artists and Potters (SoFAP) with support from the Carnwath Road Residents Group (CRRG), the artwork now has pride of place on one of the most significant sites across the Thames Tideway Tunnel project.
Adam Smith, Tideway’s Creative Lead, was part of the judging panel and speaking about the public unveiling of the work, he said: “It was great to be involved in the curation and selection of this art gallery. Working with SoFAP and the CRRG we spent an afternoon whittling down the excellent submissions to the final 11.
“We felt they really captured the brief, and we’re delighted that they’re now able to be enjoyed by members of the public and Tideway employees alike.”