SEAHENGE

Trees stretch back and forwards in time extending well beyond human life spans. The oldest living tree is over 4000 years old. Trees planted today will outlive us. These works are inspired by Seahenge, a circle of 55 oak stumps up to 3m high, surrounding a central stump.  Seahenge is dated at 2049 BC when people first began to settle and farm. These ceramics are photographed at the site where the circle was found near The Wash in Norfolk.

 
Seahenge
Seahenge

Ceramic 15 x 20 x 12 cm (2021)

Seahenge
Seahenge

Ceramic 18 x 22 x 15 cm (2021)

Seahenge
Seahenge

Giclee Print, 30 x 40 cm (2021)

Seahenge
Seahenge

Giclee Print, 30 x 40 cm (2021)

Seahenge
Seahenge

Detail (2021)

Seahenge
Seahenge

Contact sheet detail (2021)