Happy holidays from the Mythological Quarter. We would like to thank you all for following along here during 2012. We look forward to sharing more local happenings, art, and ecology news, as well as entries into our new Artist Parents series over 2013. We have a lot planned including a report on the upcoming Skov Festival (Forest Festival) at Copenhagen’s Round Tower, a review of the Green Acres exhibition catalog, new interviews with artists working at the intersection of art and ecology–so stay tuned.

This beautiful tree can be found in Jægersborg Dyrehaven (Jægersborg Deer Park) just outside of Copenhagen. We visited the park to celebrate the winter season.  Originally, Danish king Frederik III’s private deer hunting grounds, the park is now public and anyone can take a walk there to see herds of deer roaming about among the oak and beech trees.

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