Tag Archives: Environmental and Eco Arts

I am so sorry. Goodbye.

Here are a few more pictures of the double-domed pavilion ‘I am so sorry. Goodbye’, from a previous incarnation at the Tatton Park (Chester) Biennial last year. the photos above are © Duncan Hull. More fabulous pictures of the Morisons’ work, including … Continue reading

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Respond!

RSA Arts and Ecology are asking any of us involved in arts and environment activities during June to notify them, so they can build up momentum and energy, and a picture of activity throughout the UK. The project is called … Continue reading

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Jean Paul Ganem

Apologies for such a long absence! Let’s just say it involved scaffolders, chimneys, endless family illnesses, and a massive miscalculation of my work schedule. Here is my appraisal of Jean Paul Ganem. He was meant to be my Artist of the Year … Continue reading

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The Environmentalists

3. James Marriott.   Lynne Hull, Susan Derges and James Marriott will all be leading the Schumacher course ‘Creating Nature: Art in the Landscape’ that I mentioned in my post of 16th Jan. What a mind-blowing combination of teachers! James Marriott is an artist, writer, naturalist and … Continue reading

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Creating Nature: Art in the Landscape

May 26 – June 6 2008, at Schumacher College, Devon, England. Susan Derges, Lynne Hull and James Marriott will be leading a practical course on the relationship between art and the natural world. Needs to be booked, and you can … Continue reading

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