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This is an emerging gallery of creative responses to our challenging age brought together by The Great Imagining.
We are only just beginning to get some shared awareness of our multiple global predicaments.
These are invitations to honour our living world, and the ecosystems that we depend on.
They are available to be owned with your money going towards The Great Imagining education programmes.

Established over 15 years ago, our charity is helping young people

to inspire their communities and take action towards a Greener, Fairer, Wiser future. 

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The rate of species extinction is 1,000-10,000 times faster due to human activity. Loss of habitat, over-exploitation, climate change and pollution are responsible. Frances Gynn’s work has, for some time, been informed by nature and human engagement with it, particularly more recently environmental issues. As plastics became more evident in the landscape, her artistic practice reflected a growing concern for the human effect on the environment. What does it mean to be connected with nature?
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