List of public art in Cardiff

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The Welsh National War Memorial (Sir Ninian Comper, 1924–8) in Cathays Park, showing sculptures by Bertram Pegram

This is a list of public art in Cardiff, Wales, within the city and county boundary, including statues, sculptures, murals and other significant artworks located outside in public view.

Adamsdown[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source
St Germans Adamsdown Cardiff Crucifixion.jpg Crucifixion with Mary and John Sculpture St German's Church, Star Street 1965 Frank Roper [1]

Bute Park[edit]

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner / administrator Notes
Animal Wall 1 Cardiff.jpg
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Animal Wall Bute Park 1887–8; 1930–1 Thomas Nicholls and Alexander Carrick (Architect: William Burges) Sculptures Grade I [2]
Awen sculpture, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.JPG Awen Outside the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama 1975 l'Anson, CharlesCharles l'Anson Sculpture [3]
Tree sculpture in Bute Park - geograph.org.uk - 1378729.jpg Fox and Owl Bute Park 2004 Hemming, NansiNansi Hemming Tree carving [4]

Canton[edit]

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner / administrator Notes
Joyance in Thompson's Park, Cardiff.jpeg Joyance Thompson's Park c. 1899 John, William GoscombeWilliam Goscombe John Sculpture [5]
Billy the Seal, Victoria Park, Cardiff.jpg Billy the Seal Victoria Park 1997 David Petersen Sculpture Steel and stone [6]

Cardiff Bay[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Notes Source
3 Ellipses for 3 Locks.jpg 3 Ellipses for 3 Locks Cardiff Bay Barrage 2007 Felice Varini The first work by Varini in the UK, this sculpture was a year in planning and cost £25,000. [7][8]
Senedd meeting place on the plinth.jpg A Meeting Place on the Plinth Senedd 2006 Richard Harris Richard Harris created the 45 tonne sculpture from 39 slate slabs. The slate was from Cwt y Bugail Quarry in north Wales. [7]
Animal Wall Century Wharf 2009 Gitta Gschwendtner [9]
Captain Scott Memorial Cardiff.JPG Antarctic 100
Captain Scott Memorial
Mosaic sculpture Waterfront Park 2003 Jonathon Williams [9]
Novel seating - Cardiff Bay - geograph.org.uk - 1362136.jpg Beastie Benches Sculptures Britannia Quay and Waterfront Park 1994 Gwen Heeney
The nine brick sculptures are based on creatures mentioned in Dylan Thomas's "Ballad of the Long-Legged Bait". The bricks were made by Dennis of Ruabon, the same firm which a century earlier had produced the exterior terracotta decoration of the Pierhead Building. [10]
Cader Idris in Cardiff Bay.jpg Cader Idris Sculpture Cardiff Bay Wetlands Reserve 1999 William Pye Previously located in Central Square outside Cardiff Central Station. Pye drew his inspiration for the work from the mountains, lakes and valleys of Wales and in particular Cader Idris in Snowdonia [11][12][13]
Wall decoration at Mermaid Quay - Cardiff Bay - geograph.org.uk - 1494174.jpg Cargoes Architectural sculptures Bute Street and Stuart Street 2000 Brian Fell
[14]
Celtic Ring sculpture, Roald Dahl Plass.jpg Celtic Ring Sculpture Roald Dahl Plass 1993 Harvey Hood
[15]
Equity by J. A. Stevenson.JPG Equity Architectural sculpture National Westminster Bank, West Bute Street c. 1926–7 J. A. Stevenson F. C. R. Palmer and W. F. C. Holden [16]
"From Pit to Port", Roath Basin - geograph.org.uk - 708459.jpg From Pit to Port Sculpture Roath Basin 2005 John Clinch and John Buck, the sculpture was enlarged from an original maquette by John Clinch,and enlarged and modelled by Michael and Caroline Crofton [17]
Landsea Square fountain.JPG Landsea Square Water Feature Sculpture Landsea Square 2000 Jo Johnson Landscape Architects [18]
Lighthouse - geograph-1866036-by-John-Lord.jpg Lighthouse
(Blue Beacon)
Sculpture Cardiff Bay Police Station 2009 Mark Renn
60 feet tall steel sculpture of a lighthouse (with blue flashing light) commissioned by South Wales Police at a cost of £75,000. [19][20]
Looking Both Ways - David Kemp geograph-5253073-by-Colin-Smith.jpg Looking Both Ways Sculpture Lloyd George Avenue 2001 David Kemp
The silhoette sculpture is approximately 10 feet tall by 10 feet wide. It is made from painted mild sheet steel, with pink on one side and blue on the other. [21][22]
Merchant Seafarer’s War Memorial 2 (2992119032).jpg Merchant Seafarers' War Memorial Sculpture Near the Senedd 1994–6 Brian Fell [23]
The Ivor Novello statue by the Wales Millennium Centre.jpg Ivor Novello Statue Roald Dahl Plass 2009 Peter Nicholas [24]
Immigrant Statues, Cardiff Bay - geograph.org.uk - 853491.jpg Pobl Fel Ni / People Like Us Statues Boardwalk 1993 John Clinch [25]
Pont y Werin, Cardiff.jpg Portrait Bench Statues Pont y Werin 2010
Two-dimensional figures of Sybil Williams, founder of the Cardiff-based cycling charity Pedal Power, Jason Stone, an ice hockey player for Cardiff Devils and Lydia Harris, a 10-year-old pupil of Mount Stuart Primary School, laser cut in Corten steel. Three people from the Vale of Glamorgan are commemorated on the Penarth side of the bridge. [26]
Sails 1997 by Richard Thornton - Cardiff Bay - geograph.org.uk - 1612101.jpg Sails Sculpture Cardiff Bay Retail Park 1996 Richard Thornton
[27]
Ship in a Bottle, Cardiff Bay Wetlands.jpg Ship in a Bottle Sculpture Cardiff Bay Retail Park 2004 Melissa Gibbs
[28][29]
Water Tower, Cardiff Bay, Wales.jpg Water Tower Sculpture/Fountain Roald Dahl Plas 2000 William Pye [30]
Statue and crane, Cardiff Bay - geograph.org.uk - 1565156.jpg Wife on the Ocean Wave Sculpture Graving Docks 1993 Graham Ibbeson
[31]
Cardiff-Bay-World-Harmony-Peace-Statue.jpg World Harmony Peace Statue
Statue of Sri Chinmoy
Statue Waterfront Park 2012 Kaivalya Torpy
Unveiled 11 March 2012 to mark the 25th anniversary of the World Harmony Run. [32][33]
Art and Sole Survivor - geograph.org.uk - 774993.jpg Yellow Bench Sculpture Longueil Close 1999 Andrew Rowe
[34]

Cathays[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source
Saint Michael triumphant over the Devil.jpg Saint Michael triumphant over the Devil Architectural sculpture St Michael and All Angels church, Whitchurch Road c. 1995 Theo Grunwald [35]

Cathays Park[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source
Statue of Lord Aberdare and the Welsh National War Memorial.JPG Henry Bruce, 1st Baron Aberdare Statue Alexandra Gardens 1895–8 Herbert Hampton [36]
Science and Education, Cardiff Crown Court.JPG Science and Education Architectural sculpture Cardiff Crown Court 1901–4 Donald McGill Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards [37]
Commerce and Industry, Cardiff Crown Court.JPG Commerce and Industry Architectural sculpture Cardiff Crown Court 1901–4 Paul Raphael Montford Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards [38]
Poetry and Music, Cardiff City Hall.JPG Poetry and Music Architectural sculpture Cardiff City Hall 1901–4 Paul Raphael Montford Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards [39]
Unity and Patriotism, Cardiff City Hall.JPG Unity and Patriotism Architectural sculpture Cardiff City Hall 1901–4 Henry Poole Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards [40]
The Sea receiving the Severn, Cardiff City Hall.JPG The Sea Receiving the Severn Architectural sculpture Cardiff City Hall 1901–4 Paul Raphael Montford Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards [41]
The Taff, the Rhymney and the Ely, Cardiff City Hall.JPG The Taff, the Rhymney and the Ely Architectural sculpture Cardiff City Hall 1901–4 Henry Poole Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards [42]
Welsh Dragon, Cardiff City Hall.JPG Welsh Dragon Architectural sculpture Cardiff City Hall (roof) 1904 Henry Charles Fehr Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards [43][44]
Statue of John Cory, Cathays Park.jpg John Cory Statue Gorsedd Gardens 1904–6 Sir William Goscombe John [45]
Cathays Park Boer War Memorial.JPG South African War Memorial Memorial King Edward VII Avenue 1905–9 Albert Toft [46]
Statue of Gwilym Williams, Cathays Park.JPG Gwilym Williams Statue Outside Cardiff Crown Court 1906–10 Sir William Goscombe John [47]
Navigation Glamorgan Building.jpg Mining Sculptural group Glamorgan Building 1908–12 Albert Hodge [48]
Neptune, Glamorgan Building.jpg Navigation Sculptural group Glamorgan Building 1908–12 Albert Hodge [49]
Statue of Godfrey, First Viscount Tredegar.jpg Godfrey Morgan, 1st Viscount Tredegar Equestrian statue City Hall lawn 1909 Sir William Goscombe John [50]
Mining National Museum Cardiff.jpg Mining Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 Thomas John Clapperton Smith and Brewer [51][52]
Shipping National Museum Cardiff.jpg Shipping Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 Thomas John Clapperton Smith and Brewer [51][52]
Prehistoric Period by Gilbert Bayes, National Museum Cardiff.JPG Prehistoric Period Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 Gilbert Bayes Smith and Brewer [51]
Classic Period by Gilbert Bayes, National Museum Cardiff.JPG Classic Period Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 Gilbert Bayes Smith and Brewer [51]
Medieval Period by R. L. Garbe, National Museum Cardiff.JPG Medieval Period Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 Richard Louis Garbe Smith and Brewer [51]
Modern Period by R. L. Garbe, National Museum Cardiff.JPG Modern Period Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 Richard Louis Garbe Smith and Brewer [51]
Learning by T. J. Clapperton, National Museum Cardiff.JPG Learning Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 Thomas John Clapperton Smith and Brewer [51]
Art by Bertram Pegram, National Museum Cardiff.JPG Art Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 Bertram Pegram Smith and Brewer [51]
Music by David Evans, National Museum Cardiff.JPG Music Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 David Evans Smith and Brewer [51]
National Museum of Wales Cardiff.jpg Dragons and Lions Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1914–15 Bertram Pegram Smith and Brewer [51]
Statue Lord Ninian1.jpg Lord Ninian Crichton-Stuart Statue Gorsedd Gardens 1915–9 Sir William Goscombe John [53]
Welsh National War Memorial, Cathays Park.jpg Welsh National War Memorial Memorial Alexandra Gardens 1924–8 Bertram Pegram Sir Ninian Comper [54]
Statue of Third Marquess of Bute, Cardiff.jpg John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute Statue Friary Gardens 1930 James Pittendrigh Macgillivray [55]
Redwood Building relief sculpture, Cathays Park.JPG Untitled relief sculpture Relief sculpture Redwood Building 1960–1 Edward Bainbridge Copnall Percy Thomas and Son [56]
David Lloyd George - geograph.org.uk - 558845.jpg David Lloyd George Statue Gorsedd Gardens 1955–60 Michael Rizzello [57]
Agriculture National Museum Cardiff.jpg Agriculture Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1962–1965 T. Alwyn Lloyd and Gordon [58]
Slate quarrying Nation Museum Cardiff.jpg Slate quarrying Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1962–1965 T. Alwyn Lloyd and Gordon [58]
Walk In Hepworth.jpg Three Obliques (Walk In) Sculpture Outside Cardiff University School of Music 1968 Dame Barbara Hepworth Sir Alex Gordon [59][60]
Cardiff Falklands Memorial.jpg Falklands War Memorial (Cardiff) Commemorative stone Alexandra Gardens 1982 [61]
Red Dragon (2991069111).jpg Red Dragon Sculpture Bute Building 1984 David Petersen Ivor Jones and Percy Thomas [62][63]
Reguarding Guardians of Art, National Museum Cardiff.jpg Reguarding Guardians of Art Architectural sculpture National Museum Cardiff 1988–90 Dhruva Mistry [64][65]
Memorial to Welsh Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War 01.JPG Memorial to Welsh Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War Commemorative stone Alexandra Gardens 1992 [66]
Sculpture in Gorsedd Gardens, Cardiff - geograph.org.uk - 1131606.jpg Girl Sculpture Gorsedd Gardens 2005 Robert Thomas [67]
Mind's Eye by Peter Randall-Page, Cathays Park.JPG Mind's Eye Ceramic relief sculpture Tower Lecture Theatre, Cardiff University, Park Place 2006-07 Peter Randall-Page [68][69]
Gift of Life Stone, Alexandra Gardens, Cardiff.JPG The Gift of Life Stone Commemorative stone Alexandra Gardens 2007 [70]
Welsh National Falklands War Memorial.JPG Welsh National Falklands War Memorial Commemorative stone Alexandra Gardens 2007 [71]

City centre[edit]

The area is bounded by the River Taff to the west, the Civic centre to the north and railway lines and two railway stations – Central and Queen Street – to the south and east respectively.

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Notes Source
Alight Cardiff.JPG Alight Sculpture Mary Anne Street, outside Tŷ Admiral 2014 Gubb, S. MarkS. Mark Gubb Unveiled 17 December 2014. A 10-metre-tall, illuminated steel and glass lightning bolt. [72]
House of Fraser (public art).jpg Allegories of the drapery business Relief sculpture Howells department store 1930 Percy Thomas Partnership [73]
Hands sculpture.jpg All Hands Sculpture Custom House Street 2001 Brian Fell Sculpture runs on the path of the Glamorganshire Canal depicting canal workers pulling boats with ropes.[73] [73]
Alliance sculpture, The Hayes, Cardiff.jpg Alliance Sculpture Hayes Place 2009 Jean-Bernard Métais Includes glowing liquid, projected light and text (written by Peter Finch) [74][75]
An Eye for People Mosaic Thomson House 1959 Howard-Jones, RayRay Howard-Jones
In 1958 Howard-Jones won a national competition held by the Western Mail for a mosaic outside their new headquarters. The mosaic (and building) was destroyed in 2008. [76]
Aneurin Bevan - geograph.org.uk - 836619.jpg Aneurin Bevan Statue Queen Street 1987 Robert Thomas [77]
Dragon logo, Boots Chemists, Queen Street, Cardiff. - geograph.org.uk - 1187373.jpg Boots, 36 to 38 Queen Street Painting Queen Street Not known [78]
Cardiff Central mosaic.jpg Cardiff Central Station Mosaics Mosaic Cardiff Central railway station 2003 Rob Turner [14]
Byrddau gwyddbwyll yr Aes.jpg Chess Sets Street furniture The Hayes 2009 Bedwyr Williams [79]
Connect 4 Wood Street Bridge Cardiff.jpg Connect 4 or 5 Light sculpture Wood Street Railway Bridge 2009 Adrian Stuart DO-Architecture Ltd Illuminated LED installations beneath the arches of the bridge. [80][81]
Drinking fountain, Dock Feeder bridge - geograph.org.uk - 1376888.jpg Drinking fountain Drinking fountain Dock Feeder 1862 W. and T. Wills [82]
Jim Driscoll statue, Cardiff.JPG Jim Driscoll Statue Bute Terrace 1997 Philip Blacker [24]
The Family sculpture by Robert Thomas, Cardiff Queen Street - geograph.org.uk - 624471.jpg Family Group Sculptural group Queen Street 2009 Robert Thomas [83]
Old Water Tower Cardiff Central Station 2005.jpg Giant Daffodils Mural Cardiff Central Water Tower 1984 Dennis Bridge (team leader) Work was carried out in June 2012 to repaint the tower in beige and brown.[84] [85]
Grecian woman statue, Prince of Wales, St Mary St.JPG Grecian Woman Statue in niche The Prince of Wales public House (formerly a theatre), St Mary Street c. 1920
Installed when the building was a theatre[86] [87]
John Batchelor statue, The Hayes, Cardiff.JPG John Batchelor Statue The Hayes 1883–6 James Milo Griffith The statue of this Liberal politician roused opposition from his opponents when it was first erected. The council was presented with a petition for its removal and, in 1887, the statue was daubed with coal tar and paint. [88]
Statue of John, Marquis of Bute, Knight of the Thistle, in Callaghan Square, Cardiff.jpg John Crichton-Stuart, 2nd Marquess of Bute Statue Callaghan Square 1848–53 John Evan Thomas Originally located in front of the old Town Hall in St Mary Street and moved to Callaghan Square in 2000.[89] [90]
Statue on Queen Street, Cardiff - geograph.org.uk - 857330.jpg Miner Statue Queen Street 2005 Robert Thomas [68]
Mother and Son, Cardiff Queen Street - geograph.org.uk - 624476.jpg Mother and Son Sculptural group Queen Street 2005 Robert Thomas [91]
Nereid, Kingsway, Cardiff.jpg Nereid Sculpture Kingsway 1995–6 David Nathan [92]
The clock, St Mary St, Cardiff.jpg Pierhead Clock Clock St Mary Street 2011 Marianne Forrest
The clock mechanism, dating to 1897, was formerly used by the clock of the Pierhead Building. It was replaced in 1973 and sold to an American collector, who decided to return it to Cardiff in 2005. The monkeys on swinging on the pendulums are a reference to the 3rd Marquess of Bute's opposition to Darwin's theory of evolution. [93]
Sir Tasker Watkins VC.jpg Sir Tasker Watkins Statue Outside the Millennium Stadium 2009 Roger Andrews [94]
Without Place.jpg Without Place Sculpture Junction of Charles Street and Queen Street 2011 Denis O'Connor and Bernie Rutter [95]

Grangetown[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Notes Source
'A Private View' A4232 - geograph-3955220-by-Jaggery.jpg A Private View Stainless steel sphere A4232 link road 1995 Kevin Atherton [7]
War memorial, Grange Gardens, Cardiff.jpg Grange Gardens War Memorial Memorial with statue Grange Gardens 1920 Henry Charles Fehr [67]
Roxe Graffiti Wall Grangetown 2008.jpg Sevenoaks Park Graffiti Wall 130m mural Sevenoaks Park 2007 Various Mural first created in July 2007 as part of the Roxe Jam festival and renewed each year thereafter by local and international graffiti artists. [96]
Silent Links Grangemore Hill Cardiff.jpg Silent Links Sculpture Grangemore Park 2000 Ian Randall [97]

Heath[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source
Maindy Barracks Cenotaph.JPG War Memorial Memorial Maindy Barracks 1924 Sir Edwin Lutyens [98]

Leckwith[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source
Fred Keenor at Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff.jpg Fred Keenor Statue Cardiff City Stadium 2012 Roger Andrews
[99]

Llandaff[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source
Cross and Cathedral, Llandaff - geograph.org.uk - 976417.jpg The City Cross Cross The Cathedral Green 13th century; restored 1897 [100]
Llandaff War Memorial.JPG War memorial Memorial The Cathedral Green 1924 Sir William Goscombe John J. P. Grant [101]
James Rice Buckley - geograph.org.uk - 333318.jpg James Rice Buckley Statue The Cathedral Green 1924–6 Sir William Goscombe John [102]

Radyr[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source
Radyr War memorial.JPG Radyr War Memorial Memorial with statue Heol Isaf / Kings Road Alfred Turner [103]

Riverside[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source
Fitzhamon Public Art Project on the banks of the Taff -Cardiff - geograph.org.uk - 1604881.jpg Seeds and Spices Four sculptures Fitzhamon Embankment 2007 David Mackie, Heather Parnell, Andrew Rowe [104]

Roath[edit]

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Architect / other Type Designation Notes
Christ the Pantocrator of Roath.JPG Christ the Pantocrator of Roath[105] St Martin's Church 2013 Hart, AidanAidan Hart Mitchell, PaulPaul Mitchell (stonemason for frame)[106] Mosaic N/A The mosaic was blessed by Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury and of Wales.[105] It was based on mosaics in Hagia Sophia, Istanbul (the Deësis) and the Sancta Sanctorum chapel of St John Lateran, Rome.[107]

Splott[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Notes Source
Ars Gratia Artis^ - geograph.org.uk - 773816.jpg Blue Flash, Power Box and Mesh Chips Sculpture Electricity sub-station, Tyndall Street 1994 John Gingell [78]
Road sign art, Splott - geograph.org.uk - 456659.jpg Landmark Sculptures Roundabout, Tyndall Street/Ocean Way 1992 Pierre Vivant Also known locally as the Magic Roundabout [108]

Tremorfa[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Notes Source
Metal sculpture adjacent to Rover Way roundabout, Cardiff - 1807638 84f130c4.jpg Secret Station Sculpture Rover Way, Ffordd Pengam (off the A4232 road) 1992 Eilis O'Connell [97]

Whitchurch[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source
War Memorial - Whitchurch - geograph.org.uk - 1803272.jpg Whitchurch War Memorial Memorial with statue Outside Whitchurch Library 1920 [109]

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