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EVO - schaduw boom in boomschijven - alles-vanellis: Ministadstuintjes

EVO - schaduw boom in boomschijven - alles-vanellis: Ministadstuintjes

EVO - koepel zonder vijzen, touw of lijm - waw

EVO - koepel zonder vijzen, touw of lijm - waw

Amaze'n Margaret River  "the Stepping Stone puzzle, you must follow the circles in the order of white-red-black to find your way to the middle. This had us all stumped for ages, then when you finally find your way to the middle you have to remember how you did it!"

Amaze'n Margaret River "the Stepping Stone puzzle, you must follow the circles in the order of white-red-black to find your way to the middle. This had us all stumped for ages, then when you finally find your way to the middle you have to remember how you did it!"

Mirrored Landscape.  This would be a little freaky in the garden, interesting idea though.

Mirrored Landscape. This would be a little freaky in the garden, interesting idea though.

an ancient  prophecy of the Hopi said that one day there would be giants walking over the land carrying ropes that sing. And people would talk on spider webs and there would be roads in the sky, (jettrails).All these have come true. You might wish to read about the Hopi people and the hisatsinom.

an ancient prophecy of the Hopi said that one day there would be giants walking over the land carrying ropes that sing. And people would talk on spider webs and there would be roads in the sky, (jettrails).All these have come true. You might wish to read about the Hopi people and the hisatsinom.

Treehugger at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. The Treehugger Project, by Agnieszka Gradzik and Wiktor Szostalo, is an ongoing work of environmental art made from twigs, branches, vines, and other natural materials in the shape of human figures hugging trees. The works represent the artists' ongoing mission to help people rediscover their relationship with nature. www.pratt.edu

Treehugger at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. The Treehugger Project, by Agnieszka Gradzik and Wiktor Szostalo, is an ongoing work of environmental art made from twigs, branches, vines, and other natural materials in the shape of human figures hugging trees. The works represent the artists' ongoing mission to help people rediscover their relationship with nature. www.pratt.edu

Cornelia Konrads (b. 1957) – Modern German painter, sculptor and designer, Works in the genre of land-art

Cornelia Konrads (b. 1957) – Modern German painter, sculptor and designer, Works in the genre of land-art

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