A series of five different lines made of fallen birch, pinecones, sanded river stones, woodpile remnants, and transplanted poppies that crossed and intersected with the landscape. As seasons changed, plant materials grew, pinecones shifted, and nature took its course.


“Baring-Gould rearranges the materials at
hand in patterns that are subtle and
strangely beautiful.”

Mile Unger, Boston Globe

“Subtle and striking.”
Marty Carlock, Art New England

“Most successful…deliberately muted…they might have been made by wood sprites.”
Christine Temin, Boston Globe