Musician, mythologist, Cultural Historian, perpetual pilgrim and aspiring Earth Artist . For years, I have been moved by the works of Scottish land artist Andy Goldsworthy, but it has only been this past year of Covid when I turned to creating art in nature as a way to help me deal with fear, depression and anxiety. Partly informed by my studies of alchemy and Medieval architecture and sacred geometry, I began to create objects from the simple materials foraged from my yard and on daily walks in the woods near my home.
. May they ignite your own imagination inspire you to see what is possible with what is right at hand. What is a weed? What is a flower? It is often only in the eye of the beholder. as my first mandala for Lent taught me. This practice has been a good reminder that beauty is ALWAYS possible, if only we have the eyes to see.