“The Earth is what we all have in common”

Wendell Berry


This site features the creative work of Carla Moss… that’s me!

I’m an artist, eco designer (trained in Permaculture) and life coach that I integrate through creativity embedded in natural systems whilst asking powerful questions. I create my own artwork and work with others who want to develop their creativity, designs or creative businesses using coaching techniques and permaculture.

[Image: Summer Sun Clock, Reverse grafiti, Code 5 Art Residency,
Hull 2017]

Making low carbon art

See some of my most recent artwork

A project I’m currently focusing on is making low carbon, natural material based. These are temporary scultures and happenings in the landscape.

Paper pulp
Paper Stone
Paper Stones

Buy artwork

If you’re interested in buying some artwork or would just like to see what is available for sale, please visit my gallery shop.

Greeting cards are also available for sale online via Folksy.


Eco Designing

Are you curious or interested in eco designing? I’ve some examples on the ‘green’ page as well as in the blog.

And for the year-long Permaculture Design Course that I teach on, see below

[Images: homemade biochar and compost with structure]

Permaculture Design Certificate

Interested in Permaculture?

Live in (or near) Leeds?

In person and Online Permaculture Design Certificate course September 2021 till June 2022.

I’m on the teaching team for the Leeds Permaculture Network course. It happens annually and places are limited.

More info here.

Trying to live lighter on the planet

I am keen to lower my carbon footprint where possible and this not only impacts the creative work I make but also how we live.

One of the areas we have focused on is around waste.

Some ideas are good ones, others not so good. These paper stones were created by tearing and soaking old bank statements (and other sensitive paperwork) in a bucket. It took them ages to break down and they stank to high heaven! These ‘stones’ are part of the result. (More about them in this blog.)

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