|Sponsor, if appropriate|
1988 Glasgow Garden Festival Visual Arts Programme
|Type of object|
Sculpture or other artwork
|Current location, if known|
Merry Street Pedestrian Precinct, Motherwell (as at January 2022)
One of five works by George Wyllie at the Festival. North Lanarkshire Council now have a museum exhibit devoted to the Tree.
The Glass Pavillion from the Festival is now situated in The Nation Lourdes Shrine at Carfin Grotto, near Motherwell.
It is now a Chapel within the grounds of the Grotto and dedicated to the victims of the Lockerbie Disaster
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