Art in the Autumn Woods

A lovely post on ephemeral land-based work from an artist ‘across the pond’. Deftly captures the magic that is making in this way: the active conversation that takes place between the maker and the environment, the moments of just-the-right-light or the-perfect-colour that makes this type of work an active collaboration.
A good way to start the week.

THROUGHSTONES

I stood in a shower of leaves that came clattering down like heavy raindrops. Later on I saw them gliding through the air like a flock of birds. I gathered up some of the brightest yellow ones as I wandered… and by the time I reached my chosen site, some of them had already turned quite brown. Here’s the work I made, called ‘Fall’.

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A few days later, I’m back in the woods again – to catch the one day of the week I knew would be warm and sunny.

Always the underlying peace and silence amidst the multitude of quiet woodland sounds – wind, air, water, leaves birds…

Bucks Valley Woods: walking into the autumn sun

Walking into the blinding sun, its rays tangible, white like a ghost

Walking out into the warm autumn sunlight at Bucks Valley WoodsWalking out the other side,  I feel the sun’s warmth on my neck.

Coming back down the steep track was hazardous – the ground thick with slippery wet leaves, puddles, mud and nasty-looking…

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2 Comments

  1. Wonderful! I enjoyed seeing her blog too. Thanks

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