This series of works explores the unique landscape of Knapdale through colour and texture: natural dyeing, rust printing and mark-making.
Silk was naturally dyed using local plants, then rust-printed: wrapped around found objects and exposed to the elements, allowing marks to develop slowly over time. The pieces were then hand stitched, mapping fractal patterns in the landscape from lichen and bark, to the sea and sky.
LAND MARKS WORKSHOP
“I have walked out of the body and into the mountain.” Nan Shepherd
Join visual artists Kim Rebecca and Hana Wilde for an immersive weekend of artistic exploration, inspired by Nan Shepherd’s book The Living Mountain. [find out more]