Tag Archives: Public Art

1000 years of experience versus the Windmill gang

They stand alone in the Windswept Paddock, Mostly silent apart from a wind driven whirring or a squeaky protest due to lack of lubrication, some have bits missing, some are held together with fencing wire. Iconic, Silvery, Rusty Sentinels, Givers of life, Bringers of Water Windmills They stand together in the shed, never silent, Chatter, […]

Netting New Faces

  Last week Jess and I started exploring ideas for ‘visual elements’ for Manifold Portrait. Ie. things in the space that people see and that *hopefully* allow and encourage them to see Rotary Park in a new way. Jess started weaving a little face with string into my wire wastepaper basket and we decided that […]

How to Begin: Just Begin.

  There’s something quietly powerful about just starting. Activity breeds more activity. It gives others permission to follow suit.   This ‘trueness’ has followed me around in many pairs of gloves over the last few years. I’ve encountered it over and over again in the Renew Movement (and it’s Creating Spaces conference in 2013), in […]