Silton Chapel

October 2, 2012 § Leave a comment

Province, one of the most wonderful parts of this project is watching people become more deeply engaged with the landscape. I’ve really enjoyed the process of discovery; how various people encounter each stone; how their perception of place is activated, if only for a moment. The choice to leave a stone at Silton Chapel was a nod to the value of our heritage. Silton Chapel is worth saving; it is a breathtaking space built by our own Clifford Wiens. I hope it will not fall to ruin.

Also, this discovery makes me smile, because Emily is a friend.

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