The Wyndings, an earthwork sculpture in collaboration with Del Geist, 1996-2002, Stirling, Scotland, coordinated by Independent Public Art Inc, Edinburgh. 

The sculpture lies adjacent to the new roadway leading into the ancient City of Stirling, alongside the River Forth, with views of  the Wallace Monument, the 12th Century Bell Tower of Cambuskenneth Abbey and Stirling Castle.   The earthwork is 670 feet long, 300 ft wide, by 48 feet high above the river diminishing to 25 feet.   There are walking/cycle paths around the sculpture's perimeter and a hiking trail across the back of the sculpture.  The earthwork design is loosely based on an extended Pictish Key Pattern. Unique examples of Celtic pagan religious symbols such as knotwork, keys and spirals, carved on cross-slab stones are particular to Scotland and a fine example of a 12th Century cross-slab stone can be seen at Cambuskenneth, near the site of  the planned sculpture.

Commission for Stirling Council, cancelled 2002 at construction phase, due to soil pollution.