An homage to Andy Goldsworthy by escher is still alive  on Flickr

A homage to Andy Goldsworthy. I made this spiral by splitting slate pebbles (I bashed them with a rock) and laying them out on a slab on the shore of Loch Lomond in Scotland.

Andy Goldsworthy, environmental art. this artist is incredible

Andy Goldsworthy nature sculpture Dandelions newly flowered none as yet turned to seed undamaged by the wind or rain a grass verge between dual carriageways Neat West Bretton, Yorkshire – 28 April, 1987

Andy Goldsworthy, Balanced rocks / brought down by the incoming tide / those in a line / bouncing and banging / as they fell / then rolled around by the sea, 1993

ephemeral land art: Andy Goldsworthy, Balanced rocks / brought down by the incoming tide / those in a line / bouncing and banging / as they fell / then rolled around by the sea, 1993

Andy Goldsworthy -Mother Nature with a bit of help......beautiful!

I hardly know what to say about this piece other than its probably my favourite of Andy Goldsworthy work.

Andy Goldsworthy, natural markings on stones, arranged to form pattern

LAND ART Andy Goldsworthy, River stones scratched white made in dried-up bed of Swindale Beck after a long hot summer,

Andy Goldsworthy is an artist who makes site specific sculptures using natural elements.

I love the natural feeling Andy has gave this picture. He has broken rocks almost perfectly through the middle to create a path. The white layer near the crack also make the picture even more appealing.

Reminds me of Andy Goldsworthy

German-based artist Walter Mason creates intriguing, highly ephemeral work from ice, leaves and stones - whatever the natural world has to offer on a given day. Unlike most land artists, Mason’s art.

nature rainbow - Andy Goldsworthy

nature rainbow - Andy Goldsworthy~~ we can all do this. next Fall go outside and look for colorful leaves. have fun! That is ART.

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