Wullie Gone Wild
Wullie becomes a three dimensional canvas which depicts silhouettes of Scottish wildlife. The black silhouettes contrast with a painterly background of glowing, iridescent colours that evoke the beauty of day and night, weather, rainbow and the Northern Lights. Inspired by the rich biodiversity of Scotland’s beautiful and distinctive wildlife, Wullie takes a walk on the wild side. How many species can you spot?
Lois Cordelia is a versatile artist and illustrator, based at her studio in Ipswich. She works in diverse styles, including energetic speed-painting, intricate scalpel paper-cutting, and mixed media sculpture. She most often creates her art live in public and welcomes the opportunity to talk with people while she works. Her work has featured in a number of public art trails across the UK.
Standard Life Aberdeen plc is a leading global investment company. We have offices in around 50 locations worldwide and employ around 6,000 people. Our purpose is to invest for a better future. Our expertise and resource enables us to offer a wide range of investment solutions and services designed to meet our clients’ needs today, tomorrow and for the longer term. We manage, administer and advise on £610 billion of assets worldwide. Wherever we are in the world we strive to make a positive long-term impact. This means delivering world-class investment solutions. It also means operating ethically, encouraging good practices among companies we invest in, and providing support and expertise for the benefit of the communities in which we operate. Standard Life Aberdeen plc is headquartered in Scotland. It has over a million shareholders and is a FTSE 100 company listed on the London Stock Exchange. “In Edinburgh, where we’re headquartered and so many of our people work, we’re very lucky to benefit from wonderful medical staff and facilities at Edinburgh Children’s Hospital. The bucket trail is an ideal opportunity for us to give back to the Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity while also contributing fun and health benefits for residents and families through the trail itself.” - Sandy MacDonald, Head of Corporate Sustainability