Andy Goldsworthy, environmental art. this artist is incredible

I'm looking at Andy Goldsworthy for my current art project. He is a land artist who has done some pretty amazing stuff and I highly recommen.

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, 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.

Landart, by Andy Goldsworthy http://www.goldsworthy.cc.gla.ac.uk/browse/

Landart, by Andy Goldsworthy This would be difficult to create such a perfect dug up path.

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.

Andy Goldsworthy. Bracken stripped down one side pinned to ground with   silvers of bracken stalks  Brough, Cumbria  5 September 1982

Andy Goldsworthy, Bracken stripped down one side pinned to ground with slivers of bracken stalks,

Eadweard Muybridge, 'Cat Running' (1887).  Did you see Google on Muybridge's birthday?;) "Muybridge changed the way we see and think about the world" KB

Eadweard Muybridge, 'Cat Running' "Muybridge changed the way we see and think about the world" KB

Andy Goldsworthy -  Rain Shadow, 1984 St. Abbs, Scotland

Andy Goldsworthy, Rain Shadow, 2008 I would like to do this on the patio concrete with the kids and hydrophobic paint.

Clothed Descending a Staircase No. 2…  In an homage to Marcel Duchamp’s masterpiece Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2 (itself inspired by Eadweard Muybridge’s photographs), Eliot Elisofon photographed Duchamp performing the act himself in 1952, and used multiple exposures to mimick the artist’s famous time-lapse-style painting.

Artist Marcel Duchamp walking down a flight of stairs in a multiple exposure image reminiscent of his famous painting “Nude Descending a Staircase.” Location: New York, NY, US Date taken: 1952 Photographer: Eliot Elisofon

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