Captain Cook Birthplace Museum
East Cleveland Hospital
A series of site specific artistic features have been built into East Cleveland’s Community Hospital in Brotton opened in 1995. Produced by locally renowned and nationally acclaimed artists and craftspeople these commissions were instigated at the planning stage of the hospital – helping provide an environment that is unique, colourful and friendly.
Family of Penguins
Nine penguins stand on the seafront esplanade. Seven birds seem lost and surround a signpost which gives directions to local places and to the South Pole. Another two stand looking out to sea, apparently having found their way.
Head, Hand and Tool
Head, Hand and Tool by Grandjean (1983)
Heaven and Earth
Hilton New Milestones
The essential philosophy behind the commission was for the local community and artist to work together to decide upon the way in which the artworks would evolve, which had, in turn, to relate to the locality, and reflect what was significant or important to the community.
JCUH “Healing Arts”
Ladle of Steel
Mechanical Arch by Roy Kitchin (1983)
North Tees General Hospital
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Health Service, North Tees General Hospital in Hardwick, Stockton on Tees collaborated with Cleveland Arts and Hardwick Tomorrow to produce 50 banners.
Pennyman Primary School
PD Port RSPB Vista
Picture Postcard Railings
Rainbow Leisure Centre
Sacred Heart Dragon
Solid State by John Maine
Spectratext by Peter Freeman
Stockton High Street
See Stockton High Street, the widest in the country with its decorative and functional artwork, street furniture and integrated floor mosaics. These artworks are all exclusive to Stockton, and they reflect the history and unique characteristics of the town.
Sundial by Neil Talbot
The Sheaf Thrower
The Sheaf Thrower by Michael Disley
Trawl Door, Pillar and The Circle
The Trophy Room
Neville Gabie, Commissioned on behalf of Wimpey Homes 2000/01.