Touch Wood

By Mostyn de Beer

Mostyn de Beer is an experienced artist educator based in Sweden. Mostyn is especially interested in environmental art; his practice investigates links between creating art and environmental education. In this post (the third one in a series), Mostyn is talking to two artists about using and combining different materials in their practice, and the effect their art has on the environment.

 

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