The Fibonacci series appears in the foundation of aspects of art, beauty and life. It is all around us everyday in nature, music, architecture and design. From the sizes of our arms relative to our torso, to the construction of Hurricanes, to Rams horns and even in our DNA. Engaging with a wide variety of groups in the community we are planting, growing and nurturing the sunflowers. Once they are harvested and dried, using paint and creative mindfulness we will embellish the seed spirals in a sunflower head which shows, whatever their size, the number of spirals always equates to a number in the Fibonacci sequence.
The Vigil Five and Twenty-Thousand. June 2016
Candlelit Vigil in Celebration of the Cornish Miners.
A free and a rare public gathering at Gwennap Pit with informal performances of art, music, words and song.
"Jo instigated the idea of a candlelit ‘Vigil’ and her creative energy and vision became the catalyst for the generosity of spirit that ensued. Her approach allowed the creativity of others to thrive but its clear that her sensibilities, preoccupations and themes were imprinted in every element of a significant and profound performance. "
Jesse Leroy Smith. Artist and Curator of Picturing the Mines.
photography courtesy of James Hankey and Andrew Watkins