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www.denverlibrary.org/content/andy-goldsworthy-rocks-my-socks

Nov 8, 2011 ... Andy Goldsworthy is a British environmental artist. He uses nature as his canvas, his tools, his inspiration and his medium. Watching a Goldsworthy creation happen can be awe inspiring or cringe worthy depending on how nature is feeling about Andy that day. His books show the final beauty but you have ...

www.andrewgrahamdixon.com/archive/itp-122-chalk-stones-trail-by-andy-goldsworthy.html

Aug 18, 2002 ... A hidden or easily overlooked aspect of the Sussex landscape was on Goldsworthy's mind when he conceived the Chalk Stones Trail. “What fascinates me about the Sussex chalkland,” he explains, “is simply the fact that there is such a mass of chalk just beneath the surface of the land. It's the bedrock of ...

redstarcafe.wordpress.com/2008/02/29/the-environmental-art-of-andy-goldsworthy

Feb 29, 2008 ... A Yorkshire farm was where, from the age of 13, British artist Andy Goldsworthy first learned his trade: how to use a shovel, skin a hare, build a dry-stone wall. It's also where he saw a painting in the lines of a plow on the land, a sculpture in a haystack, and where he realized that the idyllic landscape of rural ...

nmbdesigner.wordpress.com/2012/07/31/inspirational-artist-feature-andy-goldsworthy

Jul 31, 2012 ... Andy Goldsworthy creates sculptural artwork from the surrounding area's environmental elements, commonly using rocks, sticks, and leaves, with the soul purpose of dissipating within a few weeks, days, or even just a few hours. Applying such a light touch to nature really leaves a lasting effect with the ...

mymodernmet.com/interview-land-artist-walter-mason

Jan 10, 2012 ... Walter Mason's vision is particularly stunning. In fact, the photograph shown above has become a viral hit on Tumblr! Similar to the work of legendary land artist Andy Goldsworthy, Mason's land art captures the beauty of different seasons. He splits his photographs into three different categories: Fall, Winter ...

westdeanvisualarts.com/2014/01/23/offsite-series-1-the-chalk-stones

Jan 23, 2014 ... One major manifestation of such sights, one that comes right to the gate of the College (indeed even further onto the main lawn), is the work of renowned British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy. His placement of over a dozen chalk stone along a five-mile stretch of the South Downs, linking the crest of a hill ...

www.imdb.com/title/tt0307385/reviews

Rivers and Tides is a quiet study of some of the artwork and methods of Andy Goldsworthy, who makes his art entirely out of things in nature, generally resulting in pieces that will be ..... And the fact that that translates so well over film is a credit to Goldsworthy's passion and aura, but almost more so to the film maker himself.

www.sffilm.org/screenings-and-events/rivers-and-tides-%E2%80%93-andy-goldsworthy-working-with-time

Scottish sculptor Andy Goldsworthy knows that most of his pieces will not last long, because of where he makes them (often in open fields or on beaches) and what he uses—ice, driftwood, bracken, leaves, stone. His work's transitory nature, in fact, is a central part of the artist's creative efforts to understand the energy that  ...

www.nytimes.com/2008/11/02/arts/design/02fink.html

Oct 30, 2008 ... The artist Andy Goldsworthy takes on what will be his tallest project in North America: building 100-feet-long spires in the forest of the Presidio. ... “I love the fact that the Presidio is a complex landscape, both geologically and socially.” Photo. Mr Goldsworthy at the park. He plans two more spires there.