Tag Archives: labyrinths

Walk in the Wind

The adventure with the yellow twine didn’t work out too well yesterday. It kept getting blown away and tangled up.  Plus I was visited by the local sheep. The “teenage” lambs insisted on trying to eat my string and bags … Continue reading

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Here and There: a labyrinth project

The Here and There labyrinth project links Dartington Hall, Devon, and the Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, USA. It was conceived and carried out in collaboration with American labyrinth facilitator and artist, Carol Maurer. Our concept was for two labyrinths, one … Continue reading

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Not Forgetting… Labyrinth Day!

Just found out that the first International Labyrinth Day (organised by the Labyrinth Society) is set for Saturday, May 2nd. So I am cleverly missing both Earth Day and Labyrinth Day with my event! Or maybe, by coming halfway between … Continue reading

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Now Comes Earth Day

Why do I keep having these ideas? And more to the point, why do I feel compelled to follow them through? You may remember back in the winter, I wrote about searching for a good site to make a pebble labyrinth. … Continue reading

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