Art in Salcey Forest - original exhibition


This area of the forest has been cleared of Pine trees to allow natural regeneration of native species. Regeneration references the Pines which have gone (through 'lines' of machined pine), Hazel which is one of the first woody plants to regenerate (spiral lines of Hazel twirl up the Pine), and the actual regeneration occuring in this area (a Honeysuckle is growing up the sculpture, creating its own spiral pattern).

   Regeneration - detail   Regeneration - detail   

See also:
Light; Iris; Body weave III; Spirit weave II; Wood spirit; Geodesic weave; Falling seeds; Wood spirit II

Details of the exhibition, guided walks and workshops

Getting there
By car:
There are two main car parks in Salcey Forest:
Horse box car park (nearest): parking and information
Cafe car park: parking, information, cafe, children's play area and picnic area

By public transport:
Nearest rail station: Milton Keynes Central or Northampton (see train timetables)
Bus 33 from Northampton or Milton Keynes Central to Hartwell