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Pebble and stone mandala for Appledore Visual Arts Festival‚ 2008. Dia. 3 metres.
This is exquisitely beautiful.
These kinds of circular mandalas (I guess that’s what this is?) have such a calming and centering effect when you merely gaze at them – I can’t imagine how much more powerful it must be when you’re right there in the moment‚ creating them‚ one stone‚ one pebble at a time.
The impact of creating something like this in public spreads outwards from everyone who visited this place‚ participated in your project‚ and shared their experience with others.
Rather like dropping a pebble in water‚ creating circles moving outwards…
Good stuff. Reggie at http://namibsands.wordpress.com
working on Earth Dreaming...
Children's drawings after a visit to a bastle (medieval fortified farmhouse). Northumberland.
Labyrinth of logs cut for winter fuel. Tops painted satin red.
logs from nearby mixed broadleaf woodland
yellow sand and white quartz in a car park in France.
based on ancient earth goddess design
family workshops during 'Year of the Artist' residency
School workshop in Japan‚ making ephemeral works using bamboo and vine‚ together with recycled materials the children brought from home.
We made leaf and bark rubbings‚ and miniature gardens.
made with pebbles on the beach at Westward Ho
Labyrinth made for 'The Home and the World' summit‚ Dartington Devon 2012.
Two labyrinths were walked simultaneously‚ one at Dartington and one at the Delaware Art Museum‚ USA. A live online link between the two places allowed participants on each side of the Atlantic to view and communicate with each other..
Workshop for teachers: Outdoor Learning Week; Torrington‚ North Devon.
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