Drawing inspiration from ‘The Secret Garden’ by Frances Hodgson Burnett, as well as the most beloved 1949 film adaptation. We invite you to explore a hidden sanctuary of serenity and wonder.The tiny seed knew that in order to grow it needed to be dropped in dirt, covered in darkness, and struggle to reach the light.” - Sandra Kring.
In an age over-cluttered by technology and information overload, pandemics, climate crisis and global unrest, it is good to be reminded consciously how infinitely superior is a child’s world reached through the imagination, where to scatter seeds and watch them grow through the earth and flower is a miracle that we cling to for its magic more than ever. At the heart of the story of ‘The Secret Garden’ is an orphan and her friends – children who spend one Summer bringing back to life a walled-in garden that had been deserted and neglected for many years.
It is the story of the spirit of rebirth, that through nurturing nature, life flows back into our own veins once more. In life what appears to be dead may in fact be lying dormant within the fecund earth, full of potent potentiality and awaiting the right conditions to thrive once again. This tale of transformation is rejoicing in nature, the healing power of the changing seasons and nature’s effect on the human spirit. We nurture nature and nature nourishes us.
If you would like to view any of the available artworks at Saint Cloche gallery please arrange an appointment time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning (02) 9029 6211. Opening hours are Wed – Sat: 10 am – 5 pm, Sun: 11 am – 4 pm.
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