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Shell Beach Rock Sculpture, via Flickr.

A 6 feet tall Shell Beach Rock Sculpture

Stone Art :: tower on the beach

rocks can balance and this is considered art

Mark Nixon's "Chimecco," a kinetic sculpture ( by the Sea exhibition in Aarhus, Denmark.)

Chimecco Kinetic Sculpture

Mark Nixon's "Chimecco," a kinetic sculpture ( by the Sea exhibition in Aarhus, Denmark.) We can hang some timber tubes/ pieces for people to interact with the installation and make music while walking through

Textile Art Work by Romanian Artist: Every single one might have his own interpretation seeing this master piece. While in the next project again she has used a

Balanced Rocks, rock stacking at Third Beach, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC by Matthew Trentacoste

regular people see interesting piles of rocks m'dear. we can see that there's more to 'em than that. we can see the beach sprites.

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Ágnes Herczeg developed her artistic style through the practice of traditional lacemaking. The results combine found items like coconut shells and wood with delicate lace forms.

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inspiration: rock sculptures and inukshuk

Needle lace by Herczeg Ágnes

pakse:    miss-mary-quite-contrary:    suninscorpio:    rainbowadvaya:    Stein-Balance aus Radolfzell (via paul.volker)

Equilibrio Stein-Balance aus Radolfzell by paul.

Lace & Wood - Ágnes Herczeg

by Agnes Herczeg

Lace & wood painting by Agnes Herczeg

Lace & wood painting by Agnes Herczeg

Damas pensantes.( Agnes H)

Agnes Herczeg : a Romanian artist who uses weaves supported by pieces of wood, stone or shell that create these beautiful portraits/sceneries.

Contemporary Basketry: With Found Objects - Peter McFarlane from his website:  "Left Behind But Not Forgotten To me, waste is just lack of imagination."  http://petermcfarlane.com

'Home' by Canadian artist Peter McFarlane. A silverware nest made from old silver spoons, knives forks. "A nostalgic view of youth and also my own 'empty nest' with our children leaving home this year. via Saatchi