40 Stunning Land Art Installations - Bored Art
43.7Kshares Facebook80 Twitter8 Pinterest43.5K StumbleUpon57 TumblrSome of us bring the outdoors inside of our homes, offices and other buildings in the form of art that we have created or acquired and others make the world their canvas. This may confusing to you but we are talking about stunning land art installations that make the art part of the landscape but still leaving you with the genius behind the art. Stunning land art installations require a lot of details like these most detailed…
Landart - Future Compass 2009: rooted water by Ichi Ikeda
The concept for Future Compass 2009: rooted water originates in the profound relationship between water and plants – only through the preservation of plants and the conservation of water will we be able to chart a course for a sustainable future.
Nature is beautiful as it is, but James Brunt is constantly finding new ways to make it look even more appealing. James creates artworks using natural objects he finds around his home, and their intricacy will please both your eyes and your soul.
Wheel near Ter river. Stage n.2
Some of the stems cut down, are presented in the midle of the ring, to arrange the radius of the wheel. Put up on: 10 -2- 2009 At 11h.am. Near Ter river- Colònia Llaudet, crta. Camprodon (Girona) Catalunya /Spain . Algunes de les tiges tallades, es presenten al mig de l'anell per configurar els radis de la roda
These are two old pictures from a few years ago. Soon there will be more dandelions to create things with and each day as the evenings draw back Spring is more evident all around. New growth and new life gladdens the heart. Lambs in the fields, birds singing and buds on the trees. This Winter may have a sting in the tail yet but Spring is most certainly on the way and soon there will be new life and new growth and new materials with which to create. Land Art Blog
James Brunt Organizes Leaves and Rocks Into Elaborate Cairns and Mandalas
James Brunt creates elaborate ephemeral artworks using the natural materials he finds in forests, parks, and beaches near his home in Yorkshire, England. This form of land art, popularized and often associated with fellow Brit Andy Goldsworthy, involves detailed patterns, textures, and shapes formed