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Andy Goldsworthy andy has used the water to reflect the reflection of the sticks in the water. he has put them in a specific order to make the sticks look like a fish

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Outdoor wood log portal - art and awesome idea - imagine finding a secret garden beyond something like this! - curated by adam miller

I need a guide: andy goldsworthy

The Natural Canvas British artist Andy Goldsworthy does not just make sculptures about nature, but makes them from natural elements that he finds. Materials commonly found in his work include leaves,.

Andy Goldsworthy. I really enjoy the product of the relfection how it creates a different object than what the actual solid art is. I like his work, its very creative and had never seen like the sort.

Again, this sculpture is half reflection. By Andy Goldsworthy: Environmental Sculpture and Art

Andy Goldsworthy Ice Sculpture: http://blog.toddreed.com/artist-inspiration/                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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

People Art:  Bouches du Rhone, Provence Alpes Cote D'Azur, FR. Going to Beauduc there are many roads protected from erosion why these wood poles.  People enjoy pilling flat stones over them. // photo by phillippe tarbouriech.  (Reminds me of a Japanese design principle, Fukinsei (不均整).  To read more of these principles…

Going to Beauduc there are many roads protected from erosion by these wood poles. People enjoy pilling flat stones over them.

Pebbles Around a Hole ~ environmenal art by Andy Goldsworthy, 1987

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Seth has a pinecone collection...I bet he'll want to try this.

I’m loving the vibrant colors and the meticulous placement of every leaf, flower petal, and pine cone is these natural mandalas by Arizona artist Kathy Klein.

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