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
Look to the trees!
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
The third treefold
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
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
The First Treefold is Here!
Grizedale Forest’s latest sculpture is now in place, and it’s the first of three treefolds being created as a legacy of The Long View and one of the Charter Art Residencies to mark the new Charter for Trees, Woods and People. From a pile of stones to a thing of beauty … in just one week. 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
A legacy – trees for the future
The creation of a new sculptural work in Grizedale Forest is part of The Long View legacy and a marker for the Charter for Trees, Woods and People – and there’s a chance next week to watch work in progress. Read More
Walking the Line of Sight : plans for the next installation
The Under Helm Sycamore stands on a steep slope made all the more precarious to humans by the fact that it is covered in a shifting layer of stone slabs. In some places, stone, earth and moss have worked together to give some stability, but much of the stone is so loose that the ground moves beneath your feet, as if… Read More