Woodlane Windows Series: Corey Mahoney and Eileen Walden


In this new series, a group of writers from our School of Writing and Journalism react to new work by Falmouth’s Fine Arts students as it is exhibited in the windows of the Rosehill building on Woodlane Avenue.

This first installment brings the work of artist Corey Mahoney and poet Eileen Walden together as Eileen responds to Corey’s Boulder. If you would like to participate in our Woodlane Windows Series, please get in touch with Sherezade Garcia Rangel.


Boulder  by Corey Mahoney

Boulder by Corey Mahoney

Laundry Day


Light me up baby baby
Dusty button born bundle
A small curdling cluster
Of what a belly could muster

Heat me up

All until now discarded
Picked at plucked off to construct
A combustible array
Of collided swept-aways

Baby it burns

Curly strays lost skin frayed seams
Loose tobacco seasonings
Watch now the heated rumble
Wait for the final tumble

I’ll come back for you later
Maybe
My lovely lint baby


by Eileen Walden 


About Woodlane Windows

Woodlane Windows is an initiative by Fine Art students from Falmouth University to present new work in Woodlane Campus. Currently there are three exhibition spaces: three windows in the Rosehill building which face Woodlane Avenue. The work is curated and created by students. Selections are made fortnightly and displays change weekly.

This initiative makes new work available to pedestrians and our Falmouth Community. You can find previous work and keep up to date with this project by following the Woodlane Windows instagram account.