So delighted to celebrate Spring with the installation of one of the UK’s #TreeCharter legacy Tree Poles in Grizedale Forest. Carved with a poem, the pole is set beneath some of the forest’s tallest trees. Read More
Coming to Oxford and Brighton!
The Long View exhibition is touring to Oxford and Brighton – seven remarkably ordinary Cumbrian trees go on tour! Read More
Legacy Trees complete the treefolds
To complete the treefolds in Cumbria, this month saw the planting of Legacy Trees amid sunshine, laughter and poetry. Read More
Walking the watershed between two familiar trees.
After more than two years of walking to and from seven particular trees in Cumbria, it seems that whenever we venture out, our sense of place is always felt in relation to these trees. Invisible lines of connection across the land are ingrained into our mental maps – but it is more than intellectual: our… Read More
Winter dawn at the Little Asby Hawthorn
before the sun shows itself / the stillness seems stiller / it is the space between breaths / the lost space between dreaming and waking … dawn at the Little Asby Hawthorn Read More
treefold:east on Little Asby Common
The treefold on Little Asby Common is the second of three treefolds being built in Cumbria as part of The Long View and the Charter Art Residency programme. Read More
treefold:centre / elements coming together
Getting ready to build the first of three treefolds in Cumbria – all is ready on site in Grizedale Forest and the stones have been carved … Read More
The Long View Exhibition
The Long View exhibition is at Grizedale Forest June 21st – August 31st 2017. Trees, The Lake District, Walking, Photography, Poetry … a celebration of all of these and an invitation to pause and reflect.
The Long View Book
After two years we have come to know the seven remarkably ordinary trees of The Long View pretty well – we’ve also learned a huge amount from the people who have walked to the trees with us. We’re delighted to be able to announce the publication of The Long View book which, in 184-pages, and… Read More
Points of view and settling with tension
The fifth installation: seven stones, a poem created during seven hours walking, and thoughts on tension and points of view. Read More