Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Tree of Hearts

Trees were integral to Brown's landscape design. This piece was inspired by the large tree with a huge hole in its centre thas was heart shaped. It can be found as you walk over the Bridge on your left of the far side of the lake.

I wish I were yound enough to climb in it. By Paddi Dimitri.

Tree of Hearts by Paddi Dimitri

Tree of Hearts, detail

2016 is the 300th anniversary of 'Capability' Brown's birth and to commemorate the occassion the Embroiderers' Guild will be joining a nationwide celebration.

Blenheim Palace is one of the finest examples of Brown's work. As part of a range of activies to clebrate the life and works of 'Capability' Brown the Palace is hosting an exhibition in partnership with the Embroiderers' Guild and a local art group.

Members of Newbury, Oxford, Windsor and Maidenhead, and Wokingham branches together with the Young Embroiderers of Oxford Branch have contributed nearly 100 unique and specially created art works for this exhibition.

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