Saturday, September 10, 2016


Warm is a community textile art project, currently at the Ballarat Art Gallery. "WARM reflects on why the earth is warming and what we can do to create a sustainable and safe climate future."

My very poor photo - taken without flash and obviously with movement!
Closer view of pink heath:
And red parrot peas:
If you would like to see much better photos of the piece, and read more about it, visit the Sustainable Environment Arts Movement (SEAM) website here. There you can also see a time-lapse video of the installation of the piece.

A list of the contributors is part of the display (Mary, if you are reading this, I found you on the list), and a couple of small display cases allow you a clear look at some of the component parts:

The gallery has a book of the knitting patterns for sale, if you would like to knit your own wind turbine or wildflower:
Or you can get individual patterns on Ravelry,

1 comment:

  1. Not sure about a wind turbine, but the fingerless gloves look great. What a fantastic project with such an important message.