Inspired by themes of cultural diversity, Lois Cordelia’s design for Eleven Pipers Piping celebrates pipe instruments from all over the world. There are well known and obscure instruments, historic and contemporary ones, played by male, female, old and young musicians. Woven in amongst the pipers are excerpts of pipe music: Auld Lang Syne, Flight of the Condor, and J. S. Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor.
Sponsor: University of Salford
Designed and decorated
Eleven Pipers Piping
Lois Cordelia is an artist and illustrator based in Ipswich. She works in diverse styles, including energetic speed-painting, intricate paper-cutting, and mixed media sculpture. She most often creates her art live in public and welcomes the opportunity to talk with people while she works. Her work has featured in a number of other Wild in Art trails; she designed a giant Bee called Bee-YOU-ti-ful for recent sculpture trail Bee in the City.