We have travelled to exhibit in Andorra, China and Venice in the past year but it is always nice to be recognised back home in New Zealand.
Thanks to the New Zealand Herald for writing about our work on the Fine Line Project. We are on the home stretch now to complete the last two works on the line around the earth which begins and ends in New Zealand.
We are discussing the project with international sponsorship partners for the film, book and exhibitions. Interested potential partners please contact us.
Philippa and I have just returned from Venice where an environmental artwork “Synergy” is exhibited as a finalist in the Arte Laguna Prize exhibition along with works by 115 other international artists from 30 countries. The exhibition opening and award ceremony was a glittering affair at the Arsenale Venice where we were one of ten finalists in the new Land Art category.
After a week exploring the history, beauty and art of Venice we travelled to Corsica where we explored the beauty of the mountains, granite rock climbing and hiking. The Corsican landscape is spectacular and in March is uncrowded if a little chilly.
Martin at the top of Arete de Zonza, a 12 pitch climb at Col de Bovella
Finally we went to an Accor luxury beach hotel Sofitel Hua Hin Thailand where 35 of our environmental artworks adorn the walls of 5 star rooms. My job: to sign them all.
Returning to our home in the mountains of New Zealand we are struck as always by the natural beauty of the landscape and reminded of how lucky we are to live and work here.