Ruthie Redden is an artist & illustrator ~ A pictorial storyteller who paints country ways & olden days. She lives in Dumfries and Galloway, SW Scotland
How lovely! Like secret little worlds tucked away in their bookly habitat.I do find it very sad that some people are cynically minded enough to think it's a publicity stunt for the Council. I personally think that the artist wanted to evoke the mystery of story telling. Thanks for showing this Ruthie, I'm going to FB it! :)Jess xx
I hope that the artist is never discovered unless he or she chooses. It IS sad to see the cynicism, but I suddenly thought if the Council is doing this, well, what a lovely stunt to pull! There is still an artist creating. There is still magic happening. It is a sweet mystery.I'm jealous.
I think it is great, lovely idea by the artist :) x
That is so cool!!!!I want to go!
Thank you so much for sharing this story Ruthie, it is life affirming to know that projects like this exist and that the wonder of mystery is still alive :)
I'd already heard of these marvelous sculptures, they really are brilliant.And how wonderful that they are mysterious too!!
There are some things that need never be explained, only enjoyed. What a wonderful thing to enjoy!
Wonderful. Perhaps it's a little like guerilla gardening and guerilla knitting. Hope it catches on. I'm interested in some of the miniature oragami I've come across recently.
I am endlessly fascinated with this art form. How you see and express what is in your imagination--this is just exquisite.
What a delight! I love the Secretness of it! Absolutely magical!
So glad you all loved this feature, its quite a magical story isn't it, I love the mystery behind it all. For whatever reasons it is being done it is perfect story telling! x x
oh my Ruthie! Thank you for sharing this film. These a delightfully intricate marvelous creations!
What a beautiful magical story ! I agree with the woman in the bbc film, I don't want to know who is the artist, it's better to keep the mistery...
What a lovely tale Ruthie. I've been in Edinburgh for a fair bit of my time at the moment and I didn't know a thing about this. Thank you.
Love it! I'm sure there's a reason the artist is currently remaining anonymous... likely in order to create this kind of buzz. But I find it enchanting!
How lovely! Think what a magical event finding one of these would be! They look exquisite, someone has put a lot of work into it. I hope that they all get good homes.
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