Welcome to our Dragonfly Trail

The Rumble Museum has created an exciting new piece of public art in the form of a model Dragonfly Trail around Cheney School’s site and for local primary schools in a project where pupils created their own designs for the dragonflies. Eight large (five foot long and five foot wing span) dragonfly models were installed…

Classics Dragonfly

by Leri Mikyla Avila “I chose to design a dragonfly for Classics as it is a subject that is so free in the way it’s presented, it’s enjoyable and a field that focuses on history, particularly culture on the Mediterranean Sea, that I wanted to be interpreted in my own art. My design was mainly inspired…

The World Dragonfly

by Eden Hart, Stefanie Fanou & Katarina Duric “My dragonfly displays the layers of the rain-forest. This was my idea to replicate the subject of geography which interests me very much. Geography studies nature which for me is very colourful. The colours shown on the dragonfly represent nature’s colours.” – Stefanie “My compass design symbolises…

Literature Dragonfly

by Gwen Jones, Kezia Cory & May Jackson “I chose my design because I enjoy English and reading. My design is of books and their titles; these are a range of classics to modern” – Kezia. “My design was inspired by both literature and art mixed together” – May. “English is very important to me,…

Sport Dragonfly

by Vincent Altamura & Ubaid Nisar “I chose to draw silhouettes of different athletes to represent different sports, such as footbal, basketball and rugby” – Ubaid.                

Drama, Music & Dance Dragonfly

by Razvan Constandis & Petra Band “My dragon fly design was inspired by my personal love of drama. I chose shades of red for the background as it is a deep, rich colour conveying passion and the dramatic. It speaks of death, love; mystery and foreboding. This colour encompasses a range of emotions drawn from…

Maths Dragonfly

by Alice Ratcliffe “My maths design is inspired by geometry, because the precision of the lines and equations work together to create the shape of something beautiful”.