The BLiSS Sculpture Trail
There is a unique sculpture trail to be discovered and explored in the heart of Rob Roy Country …
Why BLiSS? Well, it takes its name from the villages: Balquidder, Lochearnhead, Strathyre and St Fillans – the “i” standing for both tourist information and innovation to reflect the Trail’s development in Scotland’s Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design.
A venture developed by the Loch Earn Tourism Information group (LETi), it features 13 incredible art installations, all designed and created by local artists and architects. And for those planning to visit and explore, the group’s website has a wealth of information on places to stay, eat and drink. You can also stay – and book a photography course to make even more of your time in this corner of Scotland.
The works include a life-sized, multi-coloured metal bull, a mirrored cube, a miniature mill house, a soaring eagles, stag, bicycle seats and a totem pole …
The works and artists are …
- Sloc nan Sìtheanach by Ruairidh Moir
- Ride Out Seats designed by Jeremy Cunningham
- A Soaring Eagle by Iain Chalmers
- Hunting Owl and Feeding Time by Heather Gray
- Grooming Stag by June McEwan
- The Lookout by Angus Ritchie and Daniel Tyler
- Sunflowers by Kev Paxton / ArtFe
- Dragon Bike by June McEwan
- Bill The Bull by Kev Paxton / ArtFe
- Contemporary Art Project HND students at Perth College University of The Highlands and Islands (UHI)
- Fraser Briar by Kev Paxton / ArtFe
- STILL by Rob Mulholland
- Fish Out Of Water by Lynne Schroder
The numbers correspond with those on the Trail’s map.
For much more on the Trail, the creators, sculptures and installations,
please follow this link for a PDF Guide.