Category Archive: labyrinths

Labyrinth @ Mary Brandon Park

The Insignificant Becomes Significant

A couple of years ago, I spent a summer Saturday, along with some friends in the Forêt de Dourdan  about 45 minutes south-west of Paris. The objective was to create some Land Art… Continue reading

Easter Labyrinths in Amsterdam

For the second year in a row, my wife and I accepted the invitation of our Dutch friend, Willimijn to come to Amsterdam for the Easter weekend. This time, however, she gave us… Continue reading

Labyrinth v.4.1

OK…here’s one more. This is a spiral that expands. It also has lots of little yellow wild flowers. Nice! The picture is after its second cut. Also I had a wonderful conversation with… Continue reading

3rd Labyrinth

On Monday morning I made my third guerrilla labyrinth, this on a spiral in a very public place…along the Lachine Canal, just west of Atwater. It is just along side a this very… Continue reading

Labyrinth v.2.0

I mowed my second labyrinth near the first one in the woods, however this one is a classic square design in the grass. I hope to borrow Ron’s engraving tool and engrave some… Continue reading

Guerrilla Labyrinth

I have been inspired by Johnny Bakers blog post on mowing a labyrinth.  So I bought a hand push mower yesterday on Craig’s list, fixed it up a bit and started mowing my… Continue reading