After a hiatus of a couple of years, I’m going to work with a few friends to create a labyrinth at 49th and Fremlin on the Unitarian Church’s grounds in Vancouver.

I’ve gotten interested in environmental art, especially Sharon Kallis’ collaborative, ephemeral designs using seeds and invasive materials. So I’m thinking we’ll create the labyrinth using prunings from the grounds.

Looking around for inspiration, here are some interesting links I found:

Pine cone design labyrinth

Ephemeral labyrinth at Burning Man 1999

Sand ephemeral labyrinth on Toronto Island – Barbara Bickel

Guerrilla Labyrinths

World Labyrinth Day – first Sat. in May


Kids building and walking a simple labyrinth

Time-lapse video of a 10′ diameter backyard labyrinth

and the one I wanted…

temporary labyrinth made of twigs and leaves on Iona – and kids running on it

and one I wasn’t looking for but like made from shopping bags filled with air.

paper bag lights labyrinth – they do this at the Roundhouse every Winter Solstice too.

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