Wolves, wolf, Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton has a special relationship with the Netherlands in celebration of our links, we welcomed 2 dutch artists to contribute to this project.

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"Wild"

Artist: Stef Fridael

Dutch artist and Veteran of the Princess Irene Brigade.

The Dutch Free Army  - Princess Irene Brigade were stationed at Wrottesley Park, Wolverhampton during World War II, they were given the Freedom of the City of Wolverhampton 2006.

In November each year the Dutch Army visit Wolverhampton's Jeffcock Road Cemetery where members of the Brigade are buried to join the Mayor of Wolverhampton in a service of remembrance.

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"Colour"

Artist: Clemens Briels

Dutch artist - sculptor, and painter, his signature is a cheerful and optimistic outlook on life.

Wolves in Wolves celebrated local artist:

Artists Love Danielle Robotham

"Love"
Artist: Danielle Robotham
graduate of the University of Wolverhampton.
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"Hunter"

Artist: Sophie Casewell

Design inspired by students at the University of Wolverhampton.

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"Wolfy McWolf"

Artist: Emily Bland

Sponsored by Movecorp

Wolfy McWolf is the sculpture for Movecorp. Movecorp is an national and international removal company who transport goods around the world. The wolf design is based on all the methods we use to transport these items, van, truck, ship, aeroplane, container etc.

The company colours are blue and yellow, so the wolf reflects this to fit with Movecorp’s corporate style. 

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Wolves in Wolves 2017 was a public charity art trail in Wolverhampton

Wolves in Wolves 2017 was a public charity art trail in the City of Wolverhampton in which

30 Wolf sculptures were individually decorated and installed all around the City of Wolverhampton, alongside an exhibition at Wolverhampton Art Gallery of 60 mini-wolves, the miniature wolves were painted by local schools, groups and artists. 

 

Wolves in Wolves was joint project between Outside Centre (Digital Disability), City of Wolverhampton Council, and Wolverhampton BID.

The proceeds from end of project auction of the wolves sculptures went to the Mayor’s charities and Outside Centre (Digital Disability).

Wolves sculptures on display in the City of Wolverhampton are listed below, find them on google map here:Wolverhampton Wolf sculptures /  Wolves:http://bit.ly/wvwolves

1.     Fenrir Wolf.
Arena Theatre  Wulfruna St,
Wolverhampton WV1 1SE 
*In Cafe check opening hours.

2.     Mander Wolf.
Mander Centre,Mander House,
Wolverhampton WV1 3NH 
*Inside the entrance to Mander House,  roof top car park. Check opening hours.

 

3.     Meditation Wolf.
Wolverhampton Central Library, Snow Hill,
Wolverhampton WV1 3AX
*in main Library ground floor. Check opening hours.

 

4.     Sacred Grandfathers Wolf
Lighthouse Media CentreFryer St,
Wolverhampton WV1 1HT
*In ticket office. Check opening hours.

 

5.     Zeus wolf
Phone accessories unitEuro Communications Distribution Ltd
Mander Square, Mander Centre,
Wolverhampton WV1 3NN
*Ground floor. Check opening hours.

 

6.     Support Life Suicide Prevention Wolf
Student Union,Wulfruna St,
Wolverhampton WV1 1LY
*In the main quadrangle by Coffee shop. Check opening hours.

 

7.     Old Gold Wolf.Wolverhampton Wanders Football Club Museum 
Molineux Stadium,Waterloo Rd,
Wolverhampton WV1 4QR
*Inside museum. Check opening hours.

 

8.     Hunter Wolf.University School of Art & Design Ring Rd St Peters,
Wolverhampton WV1 1SA *Outside Art and Design Building.

9.     The Fallen Wolf.City of Wolverhampton Archives
Molineux Hotel Building,Whitmore Hill,
Wolverhampton WV1 1SF
*Outside Archives building.

 

10.  Bayliss Wolf CCG NHS buildingWolverhampton NHS CCGScience Park,
Technology Centre,Glaisher Dr,
Wolverhampton WV10 9RU
*Outside CCG NHS Building

 

11.  Wooden Wolf Sculptures to celebrate Stafford Road A449 improvements June 2019
Near The Morton Arms Springfield Ln,
Wolverhampton WV10 6PX
*Wolves are in the middle of the road on the central reservation.

Paul Darke first put forward the idea of creating a wolf sculpture trail across Wolverhampton at the 2013 Make Shift event at Newhampton Arts Centre (NAC).

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