The gift of making fortunate discoveries by accident.
An exhibition and sale of art and jewellery at Crabble Corn Mill,
Lower Road, River, Dover, Kent CT17 0UY
22 August to 4 September
11am to 5pm Tuesday to Sunday
Free entry – free car park opposite
for further information please contact
Lin 01303 241364 or Yvonne 01304 245216
Artists taking part include Lin Shield who will be showing her beaded jewellery, Annie Begley, Judith Hourahane, Simona Richmond, Phil Biffen, Phil Lightman, Mike Tedder, Sharon Simmons, Kamilla Stzyber, Anthony Wilson and Yvonne Hutchcraft, all works are for sale with a collection of paintings, browsers, cards, prints and jewellery.
The Mill is an interesting place to visit and is open to the public with a tour of the Old Mill, it is a very picturesque setting in the village of River and has cafe and free parking opposite by playing field.
The Labyrinth ( Greek – labyrinthos ) of Greek mythology was designed as a structure to imprison the Minotaur, while prehistoric labyrinths were believed to have functioned as traps for malevolent spirits. Labyrinths are uni-cursal pathways leading to a centre, then back out again, and can also act as symbolic forms of pilgrimage, where people can walk the path, ascending toward salvation or enlightenment. A maze is constructed using dead-ends and false paths, but a labyrinth has only one path leading to the centre and back.
Each time a person walks the labyrinth, it is an individual and personal experience. The 180 degree turns, that are an integral part of the path through the labyrinth, are thought to alternate awareness between the left and right sides of the brain, inducing receptive states of consciousness. The time spent at the centre of each labyrinth can be a reflective and meditative experience, or a means of exploring personal inner space.