Nature Artist Andy Goldsworthy Ephemeral Works | Architectural Digest
A new book captures stunning works by an artist who uses nature, and his own body, as a medium
Andy Goldsworthy - Pitch Design Union
Site specific environmental art by Andy Goldsworthy. For the most part he uses no tools besides his hands and whatever surrounding natural materials he can find to painstakingly construct each piece. At the mercy of the elements, some works are gone within a matter of hours, collapsing and scattering on the wind or tide. Found... Read more »
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British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy uses found materials to make his site-specific pieces. A devout environmentalist, his work aims to draw out the impermane
Andy Goldsworthy's clay walls. "...the architectural geology of the building of where beams were affected the drying rate and formed cracks and patterns within the cracking...so what lies beneath the surface affects the surface." -Rivers and Tides
The Environmental Art of Andy Goldsworthy
“I enjoy the freedom of just using my hands and “found” tools–a sharp stone, the quill of a feather, thorns. I take the opportunities each day offers: if it is snowing, I wo…
Artists I Love - Andy Goldsworthy - Winter Weekend Series | The Napkin
photos of Andy Goldsworthy's work along with an essay on his influence on me as an artist.
Andy Goldsworthy, Albion, London
Even though he has finally come in from the cold, Andy Goldsworthy's heart still lies in the great outdoors.
Andy Goldsworthy (Cheshire, 1956) no esconde sus nervudas manos. La textura áspera, los arañazos y esa uña amoratada son signos ineludibles de que trabaja con ellas. El contacto permanente con piedras, pedazos de hielo, troncos, ramas, granizo, arena, viento, arcilla, astillas, nieve y agua ha dejado huella en su piel agrietada. Jamás lleva guantes. Con ellos no siente esa energía con la que convierte en arte la transformación de un paisaje. Sus obras, como el volcán de leños blancos que…