It has been a while since we posted on this blog … we’ve been a bit busy, and here’s an update to share what has evolved from The Long View. The fourth of the seven trees, the Under Helm Sycamore, has become the central point for a new project. After a long while planning, we’re… Read More
treefold:centre in the heart of the Lake District in Cumbria is complete – an artwork by somewhere-nowhere that will embrace a new tree, and will stand for many decades. It is the third of three treefolds in Cumbria. Read More
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 last of the seven installations for The Long View: suspended books, imaginings and future trees … Read More
On the last two Sundays we have forsaken the warmth of a cosy bed and headed out into the cold. We wanted to share what the trees witness: darkness, stars, the quiet of night, the half-light that comes with a full moon in a cloudless sky, and the coming of day. We were rewarded with… Read More
We have been getting to know the Little Asby Hawthorn pretty well, visiting repeatedly, day and night, in winter, spring and summer. But what we really need to help us find out more about the land that the Hawthorn stands in, is an expert. In the space of a few hours with botanist Deborah Land… Read More