"During the winter months, I had an increasing sense of uneasiness when walking alone in the woods. I was always alert to the potential dangers and subconsciously these thoughts edged into my work. However, these feelings were not as prevalent during the summer when the woodland was brighter, greener and warmer.
Whether it be winter or summer, the trees and branches formed barriers into the woodland when painting, creating various pathways. These offer a variety of routes for the audience who might be tempted to enter the woodland and perhaps create their own scenarios and stories, as I do myself."
- Carmel Reid, The School of Art, Aberystwyth University
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