Fly Freeman is not what I expected.  When I first saw her sculptures, some of them quite large, and carved from wood or stone, I assumed Fly was a man.  I looked at her website and found wonderful images, but not a lot about Fry herself.  Then I found an interview on You Tube, and was impressed by her views on transforming and caring for a community by beautifying it.

fly freemanGrasses, Fly Freeman

Freeman trained at the Edinburgh College of Art. Her sculptures can be seen in Scotland, England, France, and in private collections.

fly freemanA Public Commission by Fly Freeman

Not only do I love her sculptures, she also works in collaboration with a glass artist. Francis Muscat works with Fly, and joins in her passion for public art that can transform the feeling of a place.

muscat freemanColoured-glass-in-river, Francis Muscat and Fly Freeman

With their shared passions for art, and shared desire to impact the community in a positive way, the two artists bring something special.  See more of their work:  http://www.flyfreeman.com/home.html and http://muscatfreeman.com/muscatfreeman/