alluvion
participatory art
environmental art
outdoor installation art
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Places

Beaches and streams, rivers and estuaries, places and perches
that Alluvion has been strewn, hidden, placed, tossed or given to:







     Diana Lynn
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Jillian Ridington, The Wash, Chapel en le Frith, England
Roland Haas, Cerro Marmolejo
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North America
Lake Erie, Ohio
Point Roberts, Washington
Whidbey Island, Washington
Santa Monica Beach, California
San Gregorio Beach, California
Stinson Beach, California
San Francisco, California
Requeson Bay, Baha
Venice Beach, Los Angeles
Flathead Lake, Montana
Barren River, Kentucky
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana
Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi
Audubon Park, New Orleans
The Mississippi River, New Orleans

Pacific
Punanlulu, Hawaii
Mauna Kea Beach, Hawaii
Molokai
Lanai
Kihei, Maui
Kanaiio, Maui
Kahului, Maui
Kipahulu, Maui

Caribbean
Praslin Beach, St. Lucia
Cole Bay, St.Maarten, Antilles

World
Walberswick, Suffolk, England
Brighton, England
The Wash, Chapel en le Frith, England
Bankside - The Thames, London
The Firth of Forth, Edinburgh
Mallorca
The Persian Gulf
Manly Beach, Australia
Old Iron Works Wharf, Takaka, New Zealand
Klong Yai, Thailand
Cerro Marmolejo, Chile

Other
On Erin William's "Salvage Beach"
(a collection of shells found in
second-hand stores)
in her living room, Vancouver, BC.

In a ceramic sculpture by Claire Ireland

In Andrea Freel's Master's exhibition,
Loyola University
Naomi & Ariana, San Fransisco
Claire & Leo, Walberswick, Suffolk, England
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