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“Walking was an essential component of our work. There was music. There were rich silences. Times of deep listening, experiential drawing and the gathering of “gorgeous nothings”…spontaneous poetry noted while wandering as well as performances of aleatory poetry created by reading together.”
Is this Heaven? This is Australian artist India Flint talking about the first of some masterclasses she held this year in Newburgh, a village on the banks of the River Tay (Scotland). It was a site-specific four-day intensive focussing on “… the deep experience of place through immersion in this very particular tidal riparian landscape.” She explains, … Continue reading →
You never know what you’re going to find when you go out for a short walk (taking a break from your work).
I stumbled on this lovely oak and copper fabric printing block at a local antiques shop the other day. (Isn’t it a lovely work of art in itself)? I think so and when I’m not using it, it will decorate my mantelpiece). Continue reading →