A public work is coming to a prominent place
in Pori / Kirjurinluoto. Behind it is Lupaus Art Association.
Ink bottle and large quill:
Artwork tells about the history of Kirjurinluoto and is giving knowledge and joy. Kirjuri is the finnish name for scribe, notary.
Writing instruments: Ink bottle and large quill, goose feather, together 7.2-meter high sculpture.
Kirjuri received the use of the area as part of his salary
already 1558 when Juhana Herttua founded the city of Pori.
Especially in summertime, Kirjurinluoto is a lively place. There is plenty to do for both children and adults.
There are many paintings
about scribe, notary (KIRJURI) in the world, such
as Quentin Massys: Portrait of a Notary.