Tag Archives: Land Art

#NationalTreeWeek 2022 – Day 2 : Land Art -> Trees

I really enjoy the different perspective that Land Art brings to bear on the natural world. It is a creative, inviting and challenging art form. I’d love to make some myself … and maybe, one day, I shall. (Although, no … Continue reading

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National Tree Week 2019 – Day 3: Looking at trees in new ways

As if trees (and woods and forests and jungles) weren’t magical enough of themselves, I have discovered that I am also slightly obsessed with them when used as the basis in a number of quirky, conceptual Land Art* projects. So … Continue reading

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Ephemeral Land Art

I love the idea of works of art that are built in the landscape from natural materials and that evolve or fade with time. I’ve been a fan of well-known artists like Andy Goldsworthy, David Nash and Ivan Hicks for … Continue reading

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