24 June – 31 August 2022
Orleans House Gallery
Welcome to the Evergreen Trail
Search for creatures and discover their stories at Orleans House Gallery this summer. This trail has been created by Graphic Communications students at Richmond upon Thames College.
Look around the courtyard to see if you can discover ceramic animals hidden in the grass. If you look, you’ll notice QR codes on them. We encourage you to use your phone’s QR scanner or camera to discover animations about the natural world. Some QR code links will take you to our Biodiversity Explorer, which can help you identify British wildlife around you.
The natural world is based on complex relationships. Different habitats and microhabitats, weather systems, and seasons of the year affect it. Understanding these relationships and is important in protecting them.
See what animals you can find!
Evergreen Trail www.evergreentrail.co.uk
Find out more about the students who created the trail below.
Stewart Burgess created The Secret Life of Insects film found in the trail.
Hello! I’m Stewart, and I’m a Freelance Graphic Designer based in Surrey, UK. I am a creative, energetic and passionate graphic designer with four-plus years of experience. I have an active interest in a wide range of creative fields, from illustration and animation to branding and advertising. Having a great knowledge of the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite allows my design sense to excel.
Anthony Meraklis created The Secret Life of Trees film found in the trail.
I am a graphic designer located in Bromley and am currently studying at Richmond upon Thames. My knowledge and skills have expanded over the past years, enabling me to design and create more in different aspects of graphics.
Zee Mirza created The Secret Life of Nocturnal Animals found in the trail.
I am Zee, a UK-based Illustrator, and Designer who can bring technical skills and a creative flair to any brief. I am passionate about creating unique, versatile, and eye-catching content using various methods such as colour, typography, and patterns designs.
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This course offers students the opportunity to develop their creative potential as a designer through a wide area of study, with dedicated one-to-one support from professionals from the start of the course.