Andy Goldsworthy is a British sculptor who makes site-specific installations using natural and found objects to create temporary (and sometimes permanent) sculptures.

Andy Goldsworthy creates environmental sculptures with natural materials from the site of the sculpture. The natural deconstruction of the piece is part of the art itself.

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.

Robert Smithson - Spiral Jetty  (1970) Site-specific The International Scene Since 1950 Ch. 32

Environmental Art Robert Smithson - Spiral Jetty Site-specific The International Scene Since 1950 Ch.

South Africa Site Specific sewing-cucire by Gabriele Meneguzzi

If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves, and pray, then will I hear from them and heal their land

Installation by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira in Porto Alegre, Brazil - (site specific installation) wood and PVC -   website: http://www.henriqueoliveira.com/biografia-e.html foto: Eduardo Ortega

Tapumes - Casa dos Leões (Sidings - House of Lions), Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre, Brazil by Henrique Oliveira made of plywood and PVC.

Stuart Ian Frost  Bandelier  Scorched Birch  Kunstcenteret Silkeborg Bad, Silkeborg, Denmark, 2009

Would look awesome on some of the dead trees in woods behind house. Dead trees with wood burned art

We often forget that WE ARE NATURE. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature. We’ve lost our connection to ourselves. — Synaptic Stimuli

From the Andy Goldsworthy Digital Catalogue. Goldsworthy creates site-specific sculpture and land art. This example is a continuous grass stalk line pegged to the ground and tree with thorns.

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Zander Olsen’s Tree Line Project

Zander Olsen - Tree, Line Wrapping trees to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon

Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen creates site-specific installations by recycling secondhand clothing. The artist suspends the garments like a line of laundry hanging out to dry.    But, is it "Art"?

Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen creates site-specific installations by recycling secondhand clothing. Who would have thought that clotheslines would make such intriguing and eye-catching art?


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