Dry Stacked Slate Sliced Egg by Andrew Goldsworthy Love it as going beyond his usual shapes.

Art in stone - - Dry Stacked Slate Sliced Egg by Andrew Goldsworthy Love it as going beyond his usual shapes.

Andy Goldsworthy.

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

Andy Goldsworthy is a divine outdoor artist who works with the landscape and found objects in that landscape to create his works. Some take months and melt in a few days.  © andy goldsworthy

I am looking at at Fibonacci's golden spiral in the printmaking part of the course. The piece of art reminds me of the spiral and it looks like something that might actually exist in nature.

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.

Andy Goldsworthy

Stacked Stone Wall Texture - Andrew Goldsworthy / Souls & Stonesmyself from work and life.

Andy Goldsworthy - favorite artist of all time but I always appreciate his art more at this time of year.

This picture uses illusion to trick you into thinking that it is a long stone path. When in reality it is a pile of different coloured rocks slowly fading into colour.

Andy Goldsworthy's wall

Andy Goldsworthy, "Storm King Wall" Storm King Art Center Cornwall, New York I believe Andy Goldsworthy is really trying to induce in us the memory of a place through his work, a timeless relationship between ourselves and nature.

Andy Goldsworthy Ice Sculpture

museumuesum: “ Andy Goldsworthy Touching North North Pole – 24 April, 1989 ” Wow, building stargates out of snow?

Andy Goldsworthy captures an icy winter.

Andy Goldsworthy captures an icy winter - Andy uses saliva as glue!


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