“Light Stitch,” a striking lighthouse sculpture installed on Lerwick’s waterfront, is part of Clan Cancer Support’s “Light the North” interactive art trail.
The lighthouse sculptures that have been on display across Scotland this year will be auctioned off in November.
Fifty large and eight small lighthouses will go under the hammer on Monday, November 1 for the Clan Cancer Support.
The auction will feature lighthouses that were on display at Scalloway, Lerwick and Sumburgh Head this year.
It will be held at Thainstone Exchange, Inverurie, both in person and online.
Light The North Project Director Fiona Fernie said people have “kissed” the trail.
“The lighthouse sculptures each represent a haven of peace, a lighthouse in a storm, sailing in troubled waters – all perfectly aligned with the goals of the clan.
Whether it’s to brighten up your desk, make a statement in your backyard, or give that special someone the ultimate surprise gift, the bidders will continue this legacy and the funds raised at the auction will be used to support essential services of cancer support for people, the heart of our communities throughout the North East.
“We can’t wait to see where these very special sculptures end their journey and look forward to the excitement of the in-person and online offers coming on November 1.”
To express your interest in bidding in the evening, a registration form must be completed at https://clanhouse.wufoo.co/