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Turning Point

As a member of AiNIN (Artists in Nature International), I was invited to create a site-specific piece on 29th November 2015, the eve of COP21 (the Paris Climate Conference) in support of the conference’s aims.  Artists around the world were … Continue reading

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Wonder-walking at Heddon’s Mouth

I try to pick a new beautiful place along the North Devon coast each time we go out, but Heddon’s Mouth is one of our favourites – so this is the third time we have been there. (It is helped … Continue reading

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Going with the Flow: Indigo Skies

The weather forecast had been terrible and with great reluctance I had to cancel the walking art workshop. Walking in the rain and wind – that’s ok and can be fun and exhilarating – but the creative activities I had … Continue reading

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frost

Pauline Dyer sent these photos and text after our Essential Nature visit to Uppacott Wood on a bright a frosty morning.   Full circle turn Excitement of first meeting Greedy for ice cold wild places Move through time find at its heart lacy … Continue reading

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Sand Drawings

Time and tide have erased all trace of our activity on Northam Burrows. All that remains are some lovely memories.   http://www.essentialnature.org.uk ArtWalking in North Devon

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ART WALK – 28.6.10

Toeing The Line ! I traced a line out to sea with a stick. OK, it might not sound like a very big deal artistically, but bear in mind (1 ) it was a homage to Richard Long, ( 2) … Continue reading

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Words from the Walks

On the third walk  (June 26th) it was a hot sunny day, with almost no cloud and hardly any air movement. Unusual for this exposed piece of land that is open to the elements and the Atlantic Ocean. We walked … Continue reading

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Art Walk Memories

Some lovely pictures – from Rachel Foster, including one of a pendant she made from a found pebble. A multitude of vibrant kites, dancing in the wind Skylarks singing, perfect day Shifting sand Sand swept into contours Have we managed … Continue reading

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breathtaking, moving, memorable

The walk on June 12 was Linda’s first walk but felt like she had been doing it for months and years. It was an extraordinarily beautiful day – brilliant sunshine and a stiff northerly breeze that kept us all awake … Continue reading

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sky, stone, sand, sea

Second walk, June 18th – it was another sunny day – hotter than last time. The atmosphere was slightly hazy, and the breeze from the west was softer, warmer. Each time I come I am becoming more aware of these subtle … Continue reading

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