a celebration of winter
The landscapes are painted with home made completely natural paint
made from ashes, charcoal and mountain stone pigment. These paintings can go back to the landscape after their lifetime.
Places to walk into
to take root in
to lean into
to look up to
to be recognised
to be nourished by.
For a place can be like a well.
An instant feels of home, a magnetic pull towards the ground.
Giving. Making your energy rise.
You merely need to follow a clear water sound.
A song, the well, to celebrate.
“We tend to think of landscapes as affecting us most strongly when we are in them or on them,
when they offer us the primary sensations of touch and sight.
But there are also the landscapes we bear with us in absentia,
those places that live on in memory long after they have withdrawn in actuality,
and such places - retreated to most often when we are most remote from them -
are among the most important landscapes we possess.”
Robert Macfarlane, The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot