One of the highlights of 2005 for us was being asked to participate in the BBC's landmark art series 'A Picture of Britain' which was presented by David Dimbleby. The 6 part series explored how the British landscape has inspired artists over the years. Our episode - the last of the series - reached an audience of 8 million and our work was featured right alongside such art-world titans an Moore, Constable, Lowry and Turner. David wasn't just there to spectate, he was keen to pitch in help, and after a quick how-to lesson he was stomping away with the best of us.
We created a vast 300ft design in barley for the show which incorporated sacred geometry.
Photos: Mark Pilkington, BBC.