We were pleased to attend the unveiling of Charles Anderson's relocated Provost's Pool mural in its new home at the offices of Ogilvie Group outside Stirling, and publicly visible once more. We're delighted to witness a happy ending to an episode that seems to prove that the impossible can happen - especially in saving a fine piece of public art. The supportive messages we'd received (not just from modernism fans, but also from ordinary Stirling residents with fond feelings for the work) give us hope that perceptions of late 20th century public art - and architecture - may be changing. The image above shows the artist with the work in its new location.