By a County Press reporter
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Kevin Dean's winning proposal.
THE PUBLIC have chosen the design for a new artwork that will pay tribute to the work of geologist and engineer John Milne.
The former Isle of Wight resident developed the horizontal pendulum seismograph, which was used throughout the world to record earth movements.
The council invited the public to vote for one of four designs for an artwork that will appear on three enamel panels and erected on the corner wall at Little London car park, Newport.
A design by Southsea-based artist Kevin Dean has been chosen as the winner and he will work with a project team to finalise the proposal, taking on board feedback from voters.
The artwork will be created with Island business AJ Wells and the council hopes the new artwork will be in place in the autumn.
More information about the art Milne artwork project can be seen at www.iwight.com/milnecommission.
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