LEYTON: New sculptures unveiled at nature reserve
A SERIES of sculptures marking the run-up to the Olympics has been unveiled at a nature reserve.
The work, by Jonathan O’Dea, who is based in the borough, has gone on show at the Water Works Nature Reserve in Lammas Road, Leyton.
The sculptures, entitled Changing Spaces, are aimed at reflecting aspects of the Lee Valley Regional Park and how it is connected with the Olympic Park, using recycled building materials and items found in the park.
One of the centre pieces of the series is a nine foot high sculpture made from a fallen tree, which will stand beside one of the main footpaths leading from the nature reserve to the Olympic Park in Stratford.