Art, Myth & Mystery

Art, Myth & Mystery

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‘Cumbernauld to St Fillans’ showcases two of Scotland’s most mysterious sculptures. The ‘Arria’ statue, by Andy Scott, represents the Gaelic name of Cumbernauld, which translates as ‘the meeting of the waters’. St Fillans’ locally named ‘Mirror Man’ statue by Rob Mullholland is Arria’s aquatic male counterpart, which loomsominously on the glassy waters of Loch Earn.


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