I’ve had some fun playing with the photos of the start of the meditation nest that Deryk is building at Woodwynn. This overlooks the Labyrinth in the Peace Garden and will be a place for quiet reflection.
The weather didn’t stop visitors from Providence Farms this morning! It was wonderful to share ideas about farm spaces that can be made open to the public!
Fantastic drone footage and more — in this video that we made for Deryk’s upcoming “LOVE” exhibition at Art Works Gallery in Vancouver. Contact Deanna Geisheimer for more information (604) 688-3301
Hope that many of you will be able to attend. The opening is February 12, 2016.
We are super excited and thank Dale Clark for his drone photography, Amy Hall for her cello performance, Sam Houston for the sculptures as well as the sound tech work.
And of course, Deryk Houston and Richard Leblanc!
Oh yeah, I have helped out a bit too :-)
Also, see our “teaser” video on YouTube: Amy playing cello at Woodwynn
Of course during the winter there is a lull for some of work in the Peace Garden. It’s been raining a lot so we certainly don’t have to water. The weeds have slowed down and according to my notes – they won’t be needing much attention till sometime in March.
But we still have the urge to be on the site at least once a week. It’s beautiful in the rain and mist and the shadows are stunning when the sun shines on the short days. Also… there are paths to maintain, more artwork to plan and create, more driftwood pieces to build etc.
As for guests, we’re especially delighted to see them at this time of year! Dress warmly though…. :-)
My glass mosaic at the Woodwynn Peace Garden is an example of the type of work I’ll have on display in May at the Chemainus Theatre. I’m delighted to have been invited to show my work there during the run of a favourite play of mine: “Harvey”