Inside the Outside : in the heart of trees

This tree draws your eyes up and up, and in its vast surround and towering crown is a play of shapes and the brightest of greens: it’s like being inside a kaleidoscope, breathing in the scent of loam and wood and fresh leaf, bathed in birdsong … meeting a venerable lime tree in the South Downs National Park, and getting to the heart of things. Read More

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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

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

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

The Long View Video & Exhibition Extension

It has been just over two months since The Long View exhibition opened in Grizedale Forest. We’ve been more than heartened with the wonderfully positive response and the numbers of people who have made their way to the gallery, and we’re delighted to announce that the show will carry on for longer than originally planned… 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.
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