Not on public displayWood
Jonathan Claxton is an Aberdeen-based land artist. He came to Huntly in 2001, creating work exploring the relationship between nature and language and the horizon as the separating line between sky and earth, the human realm and ideals.
Horizons 2 and Xylophone, two outdoor wooden sculptures, were commissioned as part of the development of the Nordic Ski Centre, one of the best UK Nordic facilities. Claxton's other works in Huntly include a mural in the Gordon Primary School playground, an installation in the stairway of the Huntly Business Centre and an intricate black and white screen print at Sellar's Agriculture in the Industrial Estate.
These works are no longer on public display.
Host website: http://hnoc.nordicski.org.uk