From My Photo Album: Every Picture Has A Story

The sculpture positioned outside Aston University Library is called Inside ‘Tempus-Fugit’ (Time Flies) and represents the theory that inside every ageing man’s mind there lives a nine-year old boy. If you walk up to the sculpture and peer inside the head you can see a small metal figure of a child. This unique piece was created by emerging sculptor Ray Lonsdale, a self-employed steel fabricator.

(Thanks to Tim Hooton, Jean Hasson, Annette Rubery for helping me locate the information about the sculpture)

Please click here to see the other Aston sculptures (pages 12 & 13)

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