The Steading is now Category A-listed
In March of this year, Historic Environment Scotland listed the Steading as Category A, meeting the criteria of special architectural or historic interest for reasons that include:
An entirely original artistic interior of sculpted wood fixtures and fittings of outstanding design and craftsmanship which is considered to display artist Tim Stead s best work.
The only domestic scheme, wholly conceived and completed by Stead for himself, that is largely unaltered since his death and which will remain unrivalled in his body of work.
The largest and unique collection/archive of the artist s work, that is crucial to understanding his artistic theory.
Sculptor’s house closer to being saved for the nation
The home of one of Scotland’s most celebrated sculptors is close to being of unique national importance. Tim Stead died in 2000, aged 48, leaving a body of public work …
Tim Stead archive receives award from Art360 Foundation
Tim Stead is one of eleven leading Scottish artists to receive archiving awards to secure their place in art history. A new round of artists and estates have been awarded …