A find-woven is a creation that is intrinsically of a place. The one I present is made from fallen birch twigs, because that is what is found in that place. The form of this one is a fairly flat woven together piece, but a find-woven can take on any shape the material lends itself to. The rules are simple. Go to a place. Use what is already there (without disrupting said place). Leave it there.
Miranda Walsh is a creative living in Scotland. Her work has been published in magazines and books with a focus on fiction. She has an interest in both contemporary stories and those of ancient myth – exploring connections between our world, us, and our view of it through storytelling. She grew up in a family of creative women and continues this tradition with her work with skill and training in both traditional and digital media. She graduated in Computer Arts with honours, from the University of Abertay, Dundee in 2014.