29 Mar '16, 5am

Andy Goldsworthy creates ephemeral Land Art with what he finds at hand

Andy Goldsworthy creates ephemeral Land Art with what he finds at hand

Some of the best art out there is ephemeral and leaves almost no trace. Take the case of Andy Goldsworthy , generally considered the founder of modern rock balancing and one of the most famous land artists in the world. His site-specific sculptures are made from re-arranged sticks, stones, flowers, mud, pinecones, and anything he can get hold of in the wilderness.

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