• Working in the tradition of land art, artist Gerry Barry utilizes organic media to create epic installations on poetic landscapes across the Irish countryside. Barry’s installations often feature circular or crescent shapes, and they enhance the terrains upon which they are built. Using rocks, water, sand and landscaping, he creates ephemeral artworks that can last a day or a decade.
  • Matthew Harding, 2004, Australian sculptor, Steel with rust patination 3 forms x 240 cm dia Helen Lempriere Sculpture Award 2004 (Winner- Wyndham City Council Acquisitive Award)
  • paradis express: Karl Gercens à Chaumont sur Loire
  • paradis express: Karl Gercens à Chaumont sur Loire
  • a circle of beauty
  • Willow Sculpture Commissions Kew Gardens, Tom Hare. These poppy heads are so simple yet so effective, flowers are close to my heart and this chaps work captures the beauty of the natural world in a such a holistic way....
  • Tom Hare, Willow man
  • Tom Hare | Giant wicker sculptures celebrating Kew's Milennium Seed Ban (http://www.tomhare.net/willow-sculpture-portfolio.php)
  • Sculpture
  • Andy Goldsworthy
  • wagon wheel window
  • laurent perrier garden 2013 rhs chelsea
  • (52) Cattedrale vegetale/Tree Cathedral - Giuliano Mauri, 2001
  • (53) Tana libera tutti/You are free - Patrick Dougherty, 2011
  • (29) Passi silenziosi (nella natura/avventura)/ Silent Steps (in the adventure/nature) - Alois Lindenbauer, 2006
  • (28) Vento di Sella/Sella Wind - A. Howe, 2014
  • (18) Transizione/Transition - Luca Petti, 2013
  • Arte Sella /
  • original pin note: Wind Seeds (2010) by Norman Mooney
  • These metal dandelions are awesome
  • Getty Center. Central Garden (Robert Irwin)
  • michael heizer / isolated mass-circumflex 2, menil collection, houston
  • Old Shovel garden sculptures...... that is a lot of shovel heads!
  • mur serpent