"Soldiers who sought to share the emotional turmoil of the Great War through their poetry and writings have inspired a group of modern day writers. The landscape appears as a metaphor for the passage of time, the calm and tranquil settings serving only to accentuate the piercing words of the poets".
The 'England Remembered' book designed by fellow artist, Natalie Dowse, fuses the imagery and texts of the original exhibition (held in October 2014) with the animation lines created by Helen June Crumpholt.
This charity book providing donations for H4H (Help for Heroes) will be available to purchase in 2021 (publication delayed). Photographs published with kind permission of the National Trust and West Dean Gardens. Project supported by the University of Portsmouth.
Read further updates on the ER Project including research for the soldier poets biographies and contributors interviews and posts at englandremembered.blog