Creations in Nature

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Dietmar Voorwold & Craig Gibsone

Nature is a fantastic venue for creative expression.

In this week we'll go out to the beach, the river, the woods and the Bay and use the landscape canvas for our art. As a way of meditation we'll follow our intuition and use light, shadow, time and tides to experience the natural process of creating, raising beauty and finally letting go again.

Our art material: rocks, stones, sand, clay, shells, stranded wood, leaves, berries ... and the precious moment.

Suitable outdoor clothing is recommended. Please be prepared to meet the power of Nature!

A photo exhibition at the end of the week will visually reflect our journey.

Tiered price (click here for more information): £1080 / £820 / £670

Tiered Pricing

We want to ensure that our workshops and events are accessible to a diverse range of people and recognise that one person’s financial situation will differ from another. So that money is not a barrier to participating in our workshops and events, we offer a tiered pricing structure and ask that you select the price appropriate for your personal circumstances. Please take a moment to read about our tiered pricing here.

Includes all programme content, 7 nights accommodation, full board and refreshments.

Click on the images below for some examples of this beautiful art form.

Dietmar Voorwold

Dietmar Voorwold is an artist, designer and art therapist who leads workshops in LandArt. He has created some of the images seen in Findhorn Foundation brochures and has held many workshops at Findhorn.

Craig Gibsone

Craig Gibsone has lived at Findhorn since the early days of the community. He is a workshop leader, artist, potter and permaculturist.