William Pye Water Scupture


A gazebo-like structure forms the framework. Water emerges at the top and makes its way down the outer surfaces of the four bronze legs, running between shallow containing walls. Water spouts out at regular descending positions from the inside of the legs. Each spout takes up a particular curve, based on the hydrostatic pressure principle.

In 2014 it was donated by its private owners to Charterhouse School in Surrey, where it sits outside the Art Studio.

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  • On its new site at Charterhouse School
  • New bronze grille made in 2014