About the project

Explore the map and blog to discover the drawings, collages, sculptures and installations I am making in response to the environmental destruction caused by HS2, the high speed rail link in Warwickshire. Travelling by bicycle to locations along the route, I am working on site and then back in my studio to create an elegy for the biodiversity we have lost and to celebrate the surviving, resilient species. Biomorphic sculptures made from clay, local red sandstone and silver examine the fragile beauty and toughness of nature.

More artworks will be added to the map and blog as I complete them, so please check back later to see the project develop until June 2021.

Amanda Randall

The Artworks

Use the map below to view work made
in response to three locations.

Click here to read the story behind the artworks.

Crackley Woods Veteran trees create an irreplaceable ‘wood wide web.’ View work >
Stoneleigh Invasive Turkey Oak trees compete with native English oaks. View work >
Cubbington Woods Wild service trees indicate this woodland has existed for more than 400 years. View work >

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Sculpture, vessels, public artwork.
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