Elisabeth Frink is my favourite sculptor, close second is William Mitchell . I have been ever since I first saw her The Welcoming Christ sculpture on the front of the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool. On a trip to Worthing back in February, I wandered around the town and saw a set of heads on top of a building. I recognised them and knew they were important but my brain in its cold and hungry state only managed to say ‘Oh look, heads’. It wasn’t until I got home that I found out the full extent of the error my brain had made and I immediately planned another trip down there to see them. The Desert Quartet was to be her penultimate sculpture and I love this entry on the Worthing Society Desert Quartet page – The Desert Quartet sculpted by Dame Elisabeth Frink ‘In 2007 The Worthing Society was alerted that Mr.Humphrey Avon the developer of the Montague Centre was holding a competition for a sculpture to replace the Desert Quartet in Alexander Terrace at Liverpool Gardens.