Follow the artist in the garden at Resurgence summer 2022
This is the edge of the rockpool I sat in to have my lunch.
The wind had blown so many of the petals from the Clematis plant and the Crocosmia were going over. I had been exploring the dye from different flowers in water. The orange was stunning but discoloured after a short time. I noticed the orange and the purple looked brilliant together so I arranged and photographed to my hearts content.
Welcome beach. I was there for hours .I would of added more weed but the heat made it difficult for the seaweed to stick to the Rock. It was so hot that I decided to eat my lunch sitting in a deep rock pool.
Yellow leaves an idea for next time.
Mud Pies, Of course there was no mud I had to make my own!
view through the Poly tunnel at reesurgence
Land art at resurgence
Leaves in the resurgence garden the light was just right
Over cups of tea and chats with Amy Lithcoe Jones the events coordinator, an interesting project evolved “Artist in the garden”
From spring 2022 I have been creating land art in the Resurgence garden which I am sharing with you. I have included the latest pieces I have made around the local to show you the beauty of the surrounding area .
Brenda has worked as an artist for many years exhibiting nationally, working across several art forms she shows her work as installations both indoors and out.
Whilst exploring hartland with a view to setting up a contemporary exhibition space, we discovered Resurgence. The Resurgence Trust is an educational charity that aims to foster a greater connection to Nature, to enhance personal wellbeing.