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Spirit Boats

"Thank you Jan."
Feb 10
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Spirit Boats from Alexi Francis on Vimeo.

Spirit Boats

A simple art project that involved making spirit boats out of paper, used teabag papers and coffee filter papers, scrim, rabbit bones, sheep's wool, feathers, moss, eggshell's and lichen. They were set adrift on the River Ouse in Sussex..
Jan 27
Alexi Francis replied to Alexi Francis's discussion Spirit Boats in the group ART & MYTH
"Hi David, I've just added the video to the video page. Here's the link as well: https://vimeo.com/177552385 I'll add some more art project material etc very soon. Best wishes, Alexi"
Jan 27
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Spirit Boats from Alexi Francis on Vimeo.

Spirit Boats

A simple art project that involved making spirit boats out of paper, used teabag papers and coffee filter papers, scrim, rabbit bones, sheep's wool, feathers, moss, eggshell's and lichen. They were set adrift on the River Ouse in Sussex..
Jan 27
David Brazier replied to Alexi Francis's discussion Spirit Boats in the group ART & MYTH
"Alexi, this is absolutely wonderful. Would you hve any objection to us linking the video on this site. You might like to put it up yourself. http://eleusis.ning.com/video I certainly hope that you will post news of your other projects as they come…"
Jan 27
Carol English liked Alexi Francis's discussion Spirit Boats
Jan 27
Alexi Francis added a discussion to the group ART & MYTH
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Spirit Boats

I'm just sharing a photo of a "Spirit Boat" project I did. I made origami boats out of paper, scrim, tea and coffee paper, bones, moss, lichen and other natural materials and launched them on a river as a sort of ritual offering. I repeated the ritual on 30th November - Remembrance Day for Lost Species - to highlight…See More
Jan 27
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ART & MYTH

This group is for contributions on art related to myth - mandala, mosaic, labyrinth, calligraphy, symbolism etc. We shall have art related programmes at Eleusis in the future so this is also a place to develop ideas, make proposals or express interest.See More
Jan 27
Alexi Francis added a discussion to the group WHAT ARE YOU READING?
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The Incantation of Frida K.

I'm about halfway through The Incantation of Frida K. by Kate Braverman. I was a little reluctant to read about the life of Frida Kahlo again - there seems to be a lot about her. I'm struggling with the book because of this but what makes it a very good read for me is the original writing, the language - beautiful and unusual. I often like a book for the lyrical writing, the imagery, metaphors etc as much as the story.The other similar book in the voice of Frida Kahlo that I've read is "Love…See More
Jan 27
Alexi Francis liked David Brazier's discussion WHY IS IT SO HARD TO BE NATURAL?
May 1, 2016
Alexi Francis and Jnanamati are now friends
Nov 26, 2012
Alexi Francis updated their profile
Nov 26, 2012
Alexi Francis is now a member of David Brazier at La Ville au Roi (Eleusis)
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