14 Beautiful Nature Manipulation Photographs From Andy Goldsworthy

14 Beautiful Nature Manipulation Photographs From Andy Goldsworthy

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Much of the artist’s work plays tricks with our perceptions of light, space, and depth.

What appears to be an unearthly glow at the base of a sycamore tree is actually the

careful placement of leaves around its roots.

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Close to his home in Dumfriesshire, Goldsworthy painted bands

onto a tree with mud he collected from a nearby bog.

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A rivulet of red pouring down ancient steps in Cañete, Spain,

is made from poppy petals Goldsworthy collected from

fields and then fixed to the steps with water.

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Goldsworthy’s most time-consuming step in the process

of laying curved sticks around a river boulder in

Woody Creek, Colorado, was finding the right sticks.

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I like the nature of his art

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I like the way these aren’t created with paints or such “artificial” means,

but by carefully adjusting what is already available in nature.

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I imagine that this is also a refined example of how art started. This man is magical.

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Andy Goldsworthy, Touching north, North Pole (1989)
Andy Goldsworthy, Touching north, North Pole (1989)

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Andy Goldsworthy, Japanese maple/leaves stiched togehter to make a foating chain/the next day it became a hole supported underneath by a woven briar ring, Ouchiyama-Mura, Japan (1987)
Andy Goldsworthy, Japanese maple/leaves stiched togehter to make a foating chain/the next day it became a hole supported underneath by a woven briar ring, Ouchiyama-Mura, Japan (1987)

14 Beautiful Nature Manipulation Photographs From Andy Goldsworthy

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