Fire and Water

Lundy is located off North Devon, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Bristol Channel. Its a rugged and remote Island. Having being fascinated by a documentary that featured Julie Brook’s Fire Stack, I was keen to see if I could create something similar on Lundy. I was intrigued to see how the elements of waterContinue reading “Fire and Water”

Unframed Landscapes

I was recommended a text in my tutorial titled “Unframed Landscapes” by Maja, N. A., and Fowkes, R., (no date) I found this article pertinent to my work as it talks about the potential for the landscape genre to represent inner experience’ and that ‘when admiring a natural landscape, we apply the same aesthetic conventionsContinue reading “Unframed Landscapes”

Vanishing Stones

I have been reading and listening to conversations with land artists such as Richard Long and Hamish Fulton, both are walking artists who create art in the landscape. I felt that I needed the tacit knowledge to explore first hand, the phenomenological experience of creating art, being in the landscape. Thinking about space and place,Continue reading “Vanishing Stones”