Skip to main content

Working Process 2

Making the Devon Hedge Bank prints.

My studies of Devon hedgerows started in 2011. The big launch for this work was an exhibition I curated at Red Earth gallery in Bickleigh to coincide with Devon Hedge Week.

On my old website I had a “Work in Progress” gallery. So that this content can still be available I am reposting some of sequenses of photographs that showed my working process here – as rather “old News”.

Here I am offering glimpses of work in progress for 30,000 miles – Art exhibition.

Read More

More Artists from 33,000 Miles!

A glimpse of one of the photographs by Robert Darch

Time has been passing alarmingly fast and the launch date for the exhibition 33,000 Miles is only a few days away. I had been intending to show you glimpses of the other artists work at intervals over the past few weeks, but life has been far too hectic!

So here are a few last minute glimpses that I hope will whet your appetite to come to the launch on Friday (or any time over the following two weeks – excluding Mondays).

Read More

Textile for 33,000 Miles by Helen Bamber

33,000 Miles artist Helen Bamber

I would like to give you a glimpse of the artwork that some of my colleagues are creating for the exhibition 33,000 Miles.

Helen Bamber textile for 33,000 Miles
Work in progress, detail

First a reminder – the exhibition is called 33,000 Miles because that is approximately how many miles of hedgerow there are in Devon! This is more than any other county and we have more ancient hedgerow than anywhere else too.

And 33,000 Miles is an art exhibition with workshops featuring 6 Devon based artists running from 15 – 30th October at RedEarth Galler, Bickliegh. See previous news for details of the other artists. http://lynnbailey.co.uk/print/30000miles

Read More

33,000 Miles

33,000 miles – Art exhibition to coincide with Devon Hedge Week.

14/10/11 – 30/10/11

 

Click on this thumbnail

Scorpion fly detail Devon Hedgerow by Lynn Bailey
Scorpion fly detail, Devon Hedgerow

Hedgerows are the most significant wildlife habitat over large stretches of lowland UK and are an essential refuge for a great many woodland and farmland plants and animals.” Joint Nature Conservation Committee.

Devon has more hedges remaining than any other county in the UK. It is estimated that there are 53,000 km (33,000 miles) of hedge still in the county, and that we have about 20% of all the species-rich hedges left in the UK.

Read More