A chain of thirteen lights around the summit of The Old Man of Coniston; a spectacle, a celebration and even a love token, to one of the most iconic mountain (views) in England. Flickering into sight at dusk, intensifying with darkness but fading towards midnight. Pinpoints of light shining from the intense darkness of autumn fells, evoking the awe and mystery of night and that false illusion of the celestial sphere upon which the mind projects, not only the stars, but the characters of Greek mythology. Evening Glory is a piece to be seen during an autumn evening, following a day communing with the gods on the fell tops.

Supported by Arts Council England and National Lottery Supported by New Environmental Economy (via the Peak District National Park Authority) Supported by New Environmental Economy (via the Peak District National Park Authority)