Artwork by Marion Sidebottom Inspired by the Mundon Dead Oaks

Artwork by Marion Sidebottom Inspired by the Mundon Dead Oaks

My art installation at Writtle School of Design included a dead Beech tree with roots, 180 litres of compost, 15 metres of hessian, 8 mixed media canvases, a book of the original photographs of the Mundon Dead Oaks (called The Lonely Oaks) and a salt sculpture.  I nearly forgot, it also had a soundtrack of creaky trees in the wind with occasional trees crashing to the ground!

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About Marion's Eye

Photographer & Mixed Media Artist
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3 Responses to Artwork by Marion Sidebottom Inspired by the Mundon Dead Oaks

  1. Uncle Tree says:

    Wish I could have been there to help support the Dead. 😉
    Cool idea with the Corpse of a Beech!
    Best wishes in all ways, Marion!

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