Spring 2013

This art project came about after having a brief conversation about creating something temporary in an outdoor space. Something which would be accessible to the public and perhaps incorporate some historic facts.

I had recently seen an artwork which used temporary chalk spray with stencils and I was keen to try these new materials. The idea formed of having a stencil trail running through  Letham Glen and  people could take a stroll and learn a little of the history of the glen.

Like all public projects there were a few hiccups along the way, but I had great support from Buckhaven Beehive and John Falconer from Parks and Countryside services, Fife Council.

I have always loved Letham Glen and often walk my dog Cleo in the woodlands. My first photographs here were taken in the Spring 2013 as I wandered around and looked at possible surfaces to stencil on. Of course I ended up taking the same photos of my favourite bits of the glen again! which is beautiful all year round.

Patricia Bray

lovely mossy covered logs!

lovely mossy covered logs!

ye old graffiti!

ye old graffiti!

one of my favourite trees even with no leaves!

one of my favourite trees even with no leaves!

still some leaves around..

still some leaves around..

What or who could be hiding under there

What or who could be hiding under there?

lovely soft colours

lovely soft colours