The collection here includes: Sabra's vibrant photographs on the Mexican Day of the Dead; Carla's emotive photographs of South American Cemeteries and funeral art (only a small selection of Carla's work is shown here please see her website [under construction] for more, some of which can be loaned from here); David's designs for stained glass memorial work; and Tony Tree's 'Faith' collection.
These are normally housed with The Martinsey Isle Trust and some displayed in the Resource and Drop in Centre, 'Safe Journey', in Sturminster Newton, Dorset, where the work of other artist is also being collected.
During the past 6 years Sabra and Carla have staged installations for the trust's Art of Dying Project which uses 'the arts' as a less threatening way to introduce talk about death and dying issues. These installations have included several 'Death and Dying Awareness' days in: Somerset on the theme of ('Let's Talk'); Dorset ('Dying Matters'); and 'Day of the Dead' installations (Dorset and Devon, an in Buckinghamshire at Chiltern Woodland Burial Park). An exhibition of photographs and art work by all three artist, was also staged for a period of 18 days in Dorset as part of the Trust's introduction to the 'First Transitus Festival' there. Also displayed have been Sabra's 'Mrs Weaver set piece' and 'Soul Journeys' and Carla's related paintings. The Trust also sells cards illustrating some of this work.
To borrow the collection or to purchase copies or commission work (a contribution is made to the trust) or find out more about their work, please contact Judith
Carla Conte, B.A Hons (Swansea)
Artist in Residence for The Martinsey Isle Trust
David Wasley, MA. ATC. DipAD. FMGP.
and an elected Fellow of The British Society of Master Glass Painters is the trust's Artistic Director, with Judith Pidgeon.
Tony Tree, photographer for 'Faith'
Chalice Well
Chalice Well
Glastonbury Tor from the Somerset Levels

Heron - rebirth
Swans on the Somerset Levels
Sunset off Kalymnos, Greece
Telendos, Greece
Surf in Cornwall
The Martinsey Isle Trust and the Glaston Rose Humane Company Creating an idyll of Martinsey and Lidney Islands Natural Burial honouring life's sacred thresholds
The Martinsey Isle Trust was co-founded in 2002 by David Wasley, its inspiration, and Judith Pidgeon, its grounder

The Martinsey Isle Trust - Ivy Cottage - Bath Road - Sturminster Newton - Dorset - DT10 1DU - UK - Telephone: 01258 475 125
Registered Charity Number : 1135600
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