Weaving in the raw day 2

I came back to start work all fresh today and found that my work was all over the floor it was firmly fixed and so the only thing that I can think is that a child played with it and accidentally pulled the work down.

It was very frustrating but after all, Furzey is a garden with visitors of all ages, this experience highlighted that I  need to get a sign made asap to let visitors know that the things that I am creating work in the gardens.  I think that the shape now looks quite a cocoon-like,  but without a sign, there was no point in me rebuilding so I moved it into a safe area so that I could work on it again later.

The autumnal leaves are so beautiful and inspired me to create a new piece of work, as I started making a shape emerged and encourage me to create something that might bring a  smile to visitors faces.  It is not likely to last that long as wind, rain and overly zealous gardeners cutting the grass will all be a factor as to how long it is there but that is part of the joy of creating ephemeral art it doesn’t last very long pic of leaf lizard ephemeral art work created with red leaves Jacqueline Rolls

 

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