TLS Members e-Newsletter

Members eNewsletter
At least four times a year, TLS members are rewarded at their inboxes with a copy of the Labyrinth Society e-newsletter. It serves as a means of direct communication with the membership and provides an historical record of the Society.

Learning Tree House Labyrinth

Christiana Brinton

Learning Tree House Labyrinth

What's not to like about a tree house, overlooking a creek, in the midst of a rainforest, with a canvas labyrinth on the floor, and lit up with Christmas lights at night?! Cantilevered over an embankment, down the trail past the Ichthyology Inn (flashlights came in very handy finding it in the dark), it is the newest building on the IslandWood campus. Built as a student project during the two weeks prior to the TLS Gathering, and with the help of in-resident artists and labyrinth builders, Lisa Moriarty and Stephen Shibley, the rustic building meshes seamlessly with its surroundings and affords a quiet, covered, meditative space for IslandWood attendees.

Once completed, Lisa, Stephen, and students created a canvas, nature labyrinth, using stencils and colored paint for the lines, that fits perfectly inside the circular structure.

Lovely to visit and walk during the day, it became a magical, fairy circle at night strung with LED light garlands. Yet another special labyrinth event  brought to you by the TLS Gathering team!