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Andy Goldsworthy: A Collaboration with Nature


10 thoughts on “Andy Goldsworthy: A Collaboration with Nature

  1. says:

    genius beauty vision composition patience space color leaf stick stone life.


  2. says:

    My kids are ooohh ing and aaahh ing behind me right now looking at the amazing art photographs in this book We want to try to do some of this art Amazing and beautiful stuff NOTE If you can get your hands on a DVD called Andy Goldsworthy Rivers and Tides, get it and watch it It is Andy Goldsworthy himself creating art and explaining the processes and thoughts behind his artwork Though slow moving, my kids loved it and after looking through the above book, I really wanted to understand about the creation of his art.


  3. says:

    This dude inspires the shit out of me.


  4. says:

    I see art where I never saw it before.


  5. says:

    Goldsworthy creates quirky art from natural objects with infinite patience and originality I ve never seen an artist do the stuff he does He makes ice spirals that defy gravity tracks of leaves through the forest,pinned to earth with pine needles, and choosing sizes and colors that blow the view away Most of his art is temporary, to be washed away by the tide melted by the midday sun or washed away by a rising stream Yet there is something almost holy about the work You gotta love it if you have an open mind for art and creativity.


  6. says:

    Scottish artist Andy Goldsworthy uses a seemingly infinite array of purely natural materials, from snow and ice to leaves, stone, and twigs in the creation of his one of a kind sculptures All of his materials return to nature leaving behind only the photos in this book A stunning portfolio of art from natural materials It makes one want to rush out to see what possible creations can be constructed in one s own yard In my case however, my dogs would surely eat whatever I touched and my creative energies would be channeled into a rousing game of, No Bad dog


  7. says:

    An unbelievably beautiful book It is diffucult to believe that the artist achieves such spectacular results using only natural materials The photose in the book are serene I did not suspect that rotten birch or elder wood can be so beautiful Goldsworthy makes one see nature s bright colors and the unusual shapes like nobody else His art does not copy nature, it makes us see it through his eyes And the view is etheral


  8. says:

    Ok, so I didn t really read this But loved the pictures, although the quality of the photographs leaves something to be desired I hate modern art, or installations, but these go beyond into the realm of the truly beautiful I love this guys work It is beyond amazing Folks that really want to be modern artists, should study stuff like this.


  9. says:

    fantastic book one of my faves Andy is truly an EcoSpirit from what I know of his works, he takes nothing from nature, only harmonizes with it just as the Native Americans would the original EcoSpirits some of my favorite works by him are in this hardback Do read his statements of each piece, as they give insight to his reason.


  10. says:

    The author explained about the nature in a good way I recommend this book for all nature lovers.