Artists will be showcasing their work on the streets of the World Heritage city of Bath and surrounding area for nearly three months this summer, in the region's first interactive sculpture trail.

Bath artist Jane Veveris Callan with 'Owl & the Pussycat', sponsored by SouthGate Bath

Bath artist Emma Rose from Wellow is painting Minerva the Owl for the Bath Percent Club.

Children from Twerton Infant School are decorating an Owlet for display in Bath's Central Library this summer

Owl Artists at Work

Artist Natasha Rampley  is creating the beautiful 'Night Owl' for the Norie Trust

The giant flock of super-sized owls is being decorated by artists across the West Country, London, Brighton and beyond.

The colourful 110cms tall owls are now flying back to Nest HQ from their artists' studios, ready for the launch of the Owls of Bath trail on 25th June.

The smaller owlets are being decorated by local schools and charities.  The 75cms Owlets will form part of the city-wide trail and will belong to them at the end of the event as a legacy of the project.

'Golden Civetta' taking shape in Josie Bahar's studio for Holburne Park

Bath College art students are decorating one of the smaller Owlets kindly sponsored by the Bath BID - what a hoot!

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