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Quilt (Lambing Shed, Over Langshaw Farm)

Quilt (Lambing Shed, Over Langshaw Farm)

View of the lambing shed at Over Langshaw Farm, The Scottish Borders

From GB Farming, a journey around 14 farms in the UK, funded by the Arts Council England and supported by Farming & Countryside Education, 2007

Sea (Seedlings, G's Marketing)

Sea (Seedlings, G's Marketing)

Seedlings at G's Marketing, East Anglia

From GB Farming, a journey around 14 farms in the UK, funded by the Arts Council England and supported by Farming & Countryside Education, 2007

Transhumance

Transhumance

Bulgarian shepherd leading Karakachan sheep to summer pasture, Bulgaria, 2010

"None of what you see is natural"

"None of what you see is natural"

Northumberland

From GB Farming, a journey around 14 farms in the UK, funded by the Arts Council England and supported by Farming & Countryside Education, 2007

Farm Poetry

Farm Poetry

Chalked notes on a dairy blackboard at Over Langshaw Farm in The Scottish Borders

From GB Farming, a journey around 14 farms in the UK, funded by the Arts Council England and supported by Farming & Countryside Education, 2007

Preparing for the Rutland Show

Preparing for the Rutland Show

Cattle showing equipment at Spring Barrow Lodge Farm, Leicestershire, 2012

Blackbrook Longhorns

Blackbrook Longhorns

A Longhorn cow bred by Pat and John Stanley; from How is the Countryside Sold? a project with Alice Carey examining the legacies of eighteenth century agriculturalist Robert Bakewell

Commissioned by Radar Arts, Loughborough University as part of Green Days, a project funded by the European Cultural Foundation

Photograph Matthew Hoyland, 2011

 

 

 

Rogation with crozier

Rogation with crozier

Archbishop Sentamu blessing a calf on Rogation Sunday with his crozier, a Bishop's staff stylised upon a shepherd's crook

Photograph Jill Hopkins, 2012

Featured in Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition

Quilt (Lambing Shed, Over Langshaw Farm)

View of the lambing shed at Over Langshaw Farm, The Scottish Borders

From GB Farming, a journey around 14 farms in the UK, funded by the Arts Council England and supported by Farming & Countryside Education, 2007

Sea (Seedlings, G's Marketing)

Seedlings at G's Marketing, East Anglia

From GB Farming, a journey around 14 farms in the UK, funded by the Arts Council England and supported by Farming & Countryside Education, 2007

Transhumance

Bulgarian shepherd leading Karakachan sheep to summer pasture, Bulgaria, 2010

"None of what you see is natural"

Northumberland

From GB Farming, a journey around 14 farms in the UK, funded by the Arts Council England and supported by Farming & Countryside Education, 2007

Farm Poetry

Chalked notes on a dairy blackboard at Over Langshaw Farm in The Scottish Borders

From GB Farming, a journey around 14 farms in the UK, funded by the Arts Council England and supported by Farming & Countryside Education, 2007

Preparing for the Rutland Show

Cattle showing equipment at Spring Barrow Lodge Farm, Leicestershire, 2012

Blackbrook Longhorns

A Longhorn cow bred by Pat and John Stanley; from How is the Countryside Sold? a project with Alice Carey examining the legacies of eighteenth century agriculturalist Robert Bakewell

Commissioned by Radar Arts, Loughborough University as part of Green Days, a project funded by the European Cultural Foundation

Photograph Matthew Hoyland, 2011

 

 

 

Rogation with crozier

Archbishop Sentamu blessing a calf on Rogation Sunday with his crozier, a Bishop's staff stylised upon a shepherd's crook

Photograph Jill Hopkins, 2012

Featured in Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition

Quilt (Lambing Shed, Over Langshaw Farm)
Sea (Seedlings, G's Marketing)
Transhumance
"None of what you see is natural"
Farm Poetry
Preparing for the Rutland Show
Blackbrook Longhorns
Rogation with crozier