Trail Recycled Art In Landscape
T.R.A.I.L.2008 Launch at Jason's Garden
Artists and guests
View to Teignmouth and Teign Estuary
Jason's Garden portal
Anna Klinkenberg Teignbridge District Councillor
and Liz Lockyear Chair and project Manager of TRAIL
David Haines and Teignmouth Community Choir
'What a Catch'
Artist Luci Coles at Jason's garden
Artist Jan O'Highway building sculpture 'Troubled Waters'
Peter Stride with 'Ash Throne' exhibited at Jason's Garden
|Alex Thompson and Kev Sparks||View of Lyme Bay |
'For many years I've collected detritus, odd bits of plastic from beaches, broken toys, flattened bottle tops discarded objects that in some way act as triggers to memory and imagination. These workshops are an opportunity to explore and reflect on loss and environmental degradation through the medium of such overlooked and unvalued objects.'
After training in Painting, Printmaking and Calligraphy at Guildford School of Art, Jan combined decorated textiles and pottery with raising a family, nowadays she works fulltime in ceramic, mosaic, found materials, and digital prints. She has extensive experience of working to commission, exhibiting, teaching, community art projects, and participation in artist-led initiatives. Public commissions are usually colourful and accessible, however, much personal and exhibition work addresses questions of death, illness, loss, and our environment.
Jason's Garden East Cliff Walk Teignmouth
From Exeter A3192 Turn left onto A381 at bottom of Exeter road (Steep Hill)
From Torquay Shaldon Turn right onto A381 after Shaldon River Bridge
From Newton Abbot Stay on A381
At first roundabout stay on Dual carriageway (A381)
At Second roundabout, with Railway Station on Left, turn left follow road around one way system and take A379 to Dawlish. Eastcliff coach/car park is within a few hundred yards on Right Hand side.
Park at far end of East cliff Car Park - Jason's Garden is a short walk along cliff path towards Dawlish