Posts Tagged: mind

An encounter, an imaginative journey – A creative response to Hollow from Andreea Stan

Originally posted on Public Art Now:
As I walked down the path of Royal Fort Gardens, I could spot Hollow from a distance, coming into view in fragments, between tree branches. The structure first reminded me of the conglomerate buildings…

An encounter, an imaginative journey – A creative response to Hollow from Andreea Stan

Originally posted on Public Art Now:
As I walked down the path of Royal Fort Gardens, I could spot Hollow from a distance, coming into view in fragments, between tree branches. The structure first reminded me of the conglomerate buildings…

‘To the window flown’ : birds and animals in hospital, rescued, and ghosts gone

  Three art exhibitions that I’ve been to see recently have threaded similar content, and a topic that I’m always pacing around: our relationship with, and perception of, animals and birds, and more pressingly their vanishing, their extinction. All these

‘To the window flown’ : birds and animals in hospital, rescued, and ghosts gone

  Three art exhibitions that I’ve been to see recently have threaded similar content, and a topic that I’m always pacing around: our relationship with, and perception of, animals and birds, and more pressingly their vanishing, their extinction. All these

edge of parterre at kew

shape, edge, structure

Continuing on from an earlier post on the theme of volunteering as part of the Rose and Hardy Team at Kew Botanic Garden, which includes working on the parterre in front of the extraordinary Palm House at Kew, itself a

edge of parterre at kew

shape, edge, structure

Continuing on from an earlier post on the theme of volunteering as part of the Rose and Hardy Team at Kew Botanic Garden, which includes working on the parterre in front of the extraordinary Palm House at Kew, itself a

seed head

“…it’s impossible to find any object not related to all the others. In his book The Heart of Understanding, contemporary Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh uses a simple sheet of paper as an example to illustrate this idea of interbeing.

seed head

“…it’s impossible to find any object not related to all the others. In his book The Heart of Understanding, contemporary Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh uses a simple sheet of paper as an example to illustrate this idea of interbeing.

Jade Vine Flower

flower mind

the entire world is our mind the mind of a flower zen master dogen Jade Vine, Strongylodon macrobotrys, Palm House, Kew Botanic, Tuesday 5th April 2011

Jade Vine Flower

flower mind

the entire world is our mind the mind of a flower zen master dogen Jade Vine, Strongylodon macrobotrys, Palm House, Kew Botanic, Tuesday 5th April 2011