Published July 23
The Wild Table of Love, a captivating bronze sculpture by the talented artists Gillie and Marc, has found its home at the corner of Eastbourne Terrace and Praed Street, at the exit of the Elizabeth Line at Paddington Station.
Prepare to be amazed as this extraordinary artwork breathes new life into the area, elevating Paddington to new heights of culture, conversation and community.
Paddington is no longer just a transportation hub but becoming a vibrant hub of artistic expression and cultural engagement. The Wild Table of Love sits in juxtaposition to the Maarten Baas Real Time Clock transforming a once sparse and grey corner of Paddington in to an uplifting and inspiring space.
The stunning sculpture also carries a powerful message of unity, reminding us of the importance of embracing our shared humanity and protecting the precious ecosystems that sustain us all. It serves as a poignant reminder that art has the ability to provoke thought, ignite passion, and inspire positive change.
The new sculpture was brought to the area by PaddingtonNow Business Improvement District in their effort to enhance Paddingtons’ streetscape. From residents seeking solace in art to busy workers finding inspiration during their daily commute, the Wild Table of Love has become a focal point of cultural engagement for all already.
Visitors are encouraged to take photo’s and interact with the artwork, there are two spare seats at the table inviting you to join the conversation!
Please take photos and tag @inpaddington on Instagram and Facebook #wildtableoflove #gillieandmarc