Tom Phillips ~ [no title: p. 264], From A Humument Vol. IV, 1970 (lithograph on paper)

Tom Phillips ~ [no title: p. From A Humument Vol. IV, 1970 (lithograph)- known for use of stippling, hatching and dry brushing

by Lee Borthwick

mirror covered branches into sculpture. London based installation artist Lee Borthwick uses “natural, organic and reclaimed materials, allowing the viewer to recapture the sense of reflection offered by dramatic landscapes.

by Hernán Paganini #artnature outdoor stick sculpture with yarn More

by Hernán Paganini outdoor stick sculpture with yarn one for forest school sessions

Could weaving with sticks make an attractive garden feature, I wonder...

Could weaving with sticks make an attractive garden feature, I wonder.

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Weaving with natural materials ≈≈ this would be cool with autumn leaves. great wall decoration for classrooms. totally inspired by loose materials from mother nature.

Spider web creation with tree branches and string - Blue House International School ≈≈

Spider investigation: Creating a spider web with a branch & some string at Blue House International School (",)

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