Søndre Green: May uses Norwegian wools and other local yarns in a weaving-a-day that ‘maps’ the colours of the shifting spring landscape of this small farming community, 90 minutes west of Oslo. I was honoured to be one of four artists selected for a monthlong residency at Søndre Green Farm. Each day, I would walk along the lake, up the mountains, through the pastures and occasionally into the tiny hamlet of Noresund nearby, and then return to make a small weaving in a tone of an aspect of the natural world that had caught my eye. I watched with delight as spring arrived and the world filled with colour. Missing from the 27 squares above is the 28th — in the brilliant yellow of the dandelions that thrive in the fields, much to the delight of the pollinators.