Dandelion circle on bluebells
4 June 1985
© Andy Goldsworthy
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Diary: 4th June Swindale Beck wood.
Sunny - occasional haze of cloud. Bluebells
at their peak - amazing - knockout.
Wanted to work with them without
treading on them too much. A few dandelions
about - not enough - made a
framework of rosebay willow stalks
thin end of one up wide end of another.
Bent with wind - attached dandelion
heads to stalks with thorns - collected
and made back at the lodge where
more dandelions which we past
those best - just enough
Took yellow circle back in can
Judith helped me lay it in bluebells
supported with thin twigs
about 1' above ground
when put in place - stood back
& I couldn't believe it!
The most amazing colour - wild.
For Common Ground
Work completed and recorded 4th June 1985.
AGA: S/Bk_011, col. illus., text
Colour 2 1/4in. square transparency;
AGA location: 85/3;
No. of images: 2/10 [Others: 85/3; see also 35mm slide: S/C; 85/Jun/C];
Archival Disk: 1985_006