We're delighted to announce that the 2013 BioDoodle Winners are Lisa and Tabitha Johnson. Congratulations to them, they will win a 12" x 16" canvas of their beautifully crafted stone foot!
Ben Mullay of the Camera Centre said he found it very difficult to choose a winner. In fact Ben was so impressed with the quality of all the creations that he would like to offer a 30% discount to anyone who wants to print their BioDoodle (this could be a canvas print, poster, photobook, jute bag, mug etc...). Go to www.cameracentre.net for details. To claim your 30% discount, just enter the promo code "biodoodle" at checkout on the Camera Centre website or ask a member of staff in store.
Thanks again to everyone who took part - more creative challenges coming soon...
Thank you so much to everyone who has BioDoodled over the festive season. We're delighted to see such diverse and imaginative BioDoodles - hopefully it will be an annual event!
Here is the fantastic selection we've received - from all over Shetland as well as Sussex, Wales and Australia. Thanks for sharing your creations - we'll announce the winner of the canvas print very soon. Happy New Year!
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Sam & Mark Jeanette Nowak Jim Tait Emma Perring & Martha Thomson Lisa & Tabitha Johnson Sally Sanford Wendy Ronda Alice Mullay Jeanette Nowak Sandy Bartai Jonathan Ritch Lisa & Tabitha Johnson Ruben Ritch Wendy Lowe Molly & Marie Jim Tait Sally Sanford Kerry Karam Jonathan Ritch Thomason Family Emma Perring & Martha Thomson Lynn Ritch, Sally Ritch, Gus Dow & Ruth Brownlee Lisa & Tabitha Johnson Sam & Mark Jeanette Nowak Ruth Backshall Sawre Mumford Alice Mullay Sandy Bartai Jonathan Ritch Thomason Family Gina Scanlan Molly & Marie Martha Brown Kate Coutts Jim Tait Thomason Family Jeanette Nowak Alice Mullay Jane Matthews Sandy Bartai Lynn Ritch, Sally Ritch, Gus Dow & Ruth Brownlee Jim Tait Thomason Family
Let us introduce the concept of ‘BioDoodling’ - the art of doodling in the great outdoors!
Have you ever found yourself playing about with objects you have discovered out on a walk? A BioDoodle is a spontaneous creation – a pattern in the sand, a sculpture made of grass, an arrangement of driftwood, a tower of plastic bottles…. whatever you find yourself doing.
Boxing Day is an ideal time to get out and about after the indulgences of Christmas! Our website promotes eight amazing and inspiring scenic areas in Shetland. Why don’t you join us in exploring and BioDoodling in one of these areas on Boxing Day?
Take a photo to capture your own BioDoodle and share it on the Back from Beyond website. The eight featured areas can be found on the locations part of the website and you can submit a BioDoodle using the take part form.
Sponsored by The Camera Centre, one lucky BioDoodler will be chosen to receive a free canvas print of their creation. Any BioDoodles done between Boxing Day and New Year’s Day will be included in this promotion.
If you’d like to be part of the BioDoodle event but can’t manage to visit any of the eight areas, we’d still be delighted to see your creation (from anywhere in the world!). BioDoodles from other areas can be emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and will be featured in our blog section.
Festive Greetings to everyone from Alice & Emma!
We have an exciting idea planned to get all you explorers out on Boxing Day! Watch this space for all the details.
You can also keep up to date with everything on the Back From Beyond Facebook page. Start following us here.
We will be offering a workshop in January to help suggest different ideas and approaches people can take to the project. Watch this space for more details and you can click here to follow us on Facebook!
In the future we hope to have monthly features that focus on different art forms, so hopefully there will be plenty of ideas to get the creative juices flowing.