Our popular animal sculptures have been recycled yet again for Halloween!
You may have already seen the fantastic animal sculptures dotted around the town centre this year, but have you seen them dressed for Halloween yet?
To celebrate Paisley’s Halloween Festival, these sculptures made from recycled materials have been transformed into witches, ghouls and a pumpkin to name just a few.
Their new outfits have also been created with recycled materials, all with a resin coating to make them waterproof.
Created by local artist Kevin Cantwell, there are seven stunning sculptures including a unicorn, highland cow and a heron but you will need to visit them during October in Paisley town centre to see how they have been transformed!
Artist Kevin Cantwell, said: “I have created this art installation to highlight the great advantage of recycling and reclaiming materials.
“For this trail, we have found new uses for a range of materials including wooden pallets, tyres and old car parts, all transformed into large animal sculptures, and which all have a local connection to Renfrewshire.”
Our visitors are dotted around the town and are available on a new trail map for those wishing to find all of these unique sculptures. Pick up your leaflet from either the Piazza Shopping Centre or the Paisley Centre today!