… or is it Dumnonia? I refer to the land of the Dunmonii, the ancient Brythonic tribe that hung around in Devon during the Iron Age and early Roman period. I have been spending the last few days cooped up … Continue reading
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Planting trees – crouching close to the ground, one’s animal senses reawaken.
An inspiring day on Sunday, at the Centre For Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW) in Haldon Forest near Exeter – where pioneering artist Alan Sonfist talked about his work from the early days when he was responsible for … Continue reading