Jean Duncan’s poster marking the 10th anniversary of the Living Field Garden on display at Open Farm Sunday 7 June 2015
Dave Roberts very kindly donated to the Garden this chain saw sculpture of a dragonfly. The sculpture was carefully installed in the meadow on 28 May 2015.
Images above were taken late evening on 28 May, looking north. And then squally showers … and a rainbow.
His Facebook page at Dervish Carving shows some photographs of the work in progress.
Images by Squire / Living Field
Meet Reno! at the Living Field
This is one of a series of works by Jean soon to be shown on her Living Field page.
For the 10-year celebration, Jean spent various times in the Garden looking and sketching, assembling material for teaching and an ebook. The opium poppies Papaver omniferum were a fine sight, but short-lived, this warm year. See also … Jean Duncan’s page, Metamorphosis, the garden’s Medicinals page.
The Living Field is pleased to announce that the artist Jean Duncan has been commissioned to work with us during 2014 on designs and exhibits to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Living Field Garden.
Jean will develop ideas arising from the Living Field’s 5000 years project – the history and use of crops and other plants since the first settlers brought agriculture to these shores in the late stone age.
One result of her work will be educational material free to download from the web or available as PDF files.
You can see more about Jean’s work and her previous collaborations with the Living Field at the Jean Duncan page in the main menu.