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  • Walking to save some sea: Shingle Street
    flyintheface projects home projects news stock exchange contact me links SHINGLE STREET artt more walks at Shingle Street b a c k n e x t w a l k

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/shinglestreet4nov.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Walking to save some sea: Southwold
    flyintheface PROJECTS home projects news stock exchange contact me links SOUTHWOLD artt more walks at Southwold back to My 46000 Challenge next walk art

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/southwold7jul.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Walking to save some sea: Thorpeness
    engraved on the back Howard Rogers I traced a marine woodcarver of the same name in Maryland USA but sadly it is not carved by him If you can shed any light on the origins of this plaque I would

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/thorpeness27sep.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Walking to save some sea: Walberswick
    beachcombing nearly impossible as the sand whipped up and flew in my eyes and rubbish was either buried in sand or blown off into the dunes Very threatening skies too The stone with the line is typical of Walberswick an

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/walberswick29sep.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Collections
    flyintheface projects home projects news stock exchange contact me links COLLECTIONS Click on images to see a larger picture back to WALKING TO SAVE SOME SEA a

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/collections.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Exhibitions: art from marine litter
    exchange contact me links MARINE LITTER INSTALLATIONS at C lick on images to see more See also Oil Age Hut Sea Wall and Projects WATER and PLASTIC for more recent

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/exhibitions.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Comments
    and shocking beautifully presented Absolutely brilliant we should all see this Intriguing shocking and heart wrenchingly sad Let s look after our planet before it s too late Brilliant to share with my class of five year olds Inspired and inspiring Just the best thing I ve seen in years And this is some of what the kids wrote It was very fun It made me sick Scary how much

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/comments.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Home Page
    she finds it and the fact we have disposed of it so carelessly Fran has also created a fascinating book of photographs of her walks contrasting the seemingly unspoilt beauty of the Suffolk landscape with the manmade debris which inhabits it As well as countless plastic bags and packaging I have found an unbelievable selection of things on the beach says Fran a snapshot of almost everything we use toys kitchen things lightbulbs shotgun cartridges toiletries and DIY you name it it s all there and in large quantities too Fran s challenge took her exactly a year to achieve in total she walked over 200kms and carried away nearly a third of a tonne of rubbish Last summer Fran took her collection of litter into the gallery with a solo exhibition at Babylon Gallery in Ely in July August where she was the 2007 bursary artist She also had a charity stall at Art on the Prom in Felixstowe and has begun using her artworks and experiences for art and environment workshops in schools Her work has been really well received by young and old alike comments from previous exhibitions include It s art with a powerful message Beautiful fascinating deadly an incredible exhibition Inspired and inspiring Wow Brilliant exhibition we should all see this What a fantastic eye opener beautifully frightening I love this thought provoking and strangely beautiful too Wonderfully provocative Made my day brill It was kool Just the best thing I have seen in years Fran says I am really excited about the exhibition at Landguard Fort it is a fantastically interesting space in a really appropriate location right on the sea s edge next to Felixstowe docks I know my work may just be literally a splash in the ocean but I really hope lots of people will come and realise that they too can do something to help improve the state of our oceans before it s too late Plastic in our oceans is increasing at a terrifying rate more than doubling every three year and scientists believe it may take up to a thousand years for it to break down in seawater Even then it remains as millions of microscopic particles that eventually find their way into our food chain In effect nearly all the plastic we have ever produced still exists in some form somewhere on our planet If only everyone could try to avoid buying plastics for disposable items and always take their rubbish home it would make a massive difference Walking to save some sea will be exhibited at Landguard Fort Felixstowe from Friday 21st March until Monday 5th May The fort is open 7 days a week Normal admission charges to the fort apply More about Fran s collection and her other work can be found on her website www flyintheface com ENDS For further information about the project or to arrange an interview or photocall please contact fran flyintheface com For more information about Landguard Fort visit

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/landguard%20press%20release.html (2016-02-09)
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