Posts tagged environmental art

theatlanticvideo:

An Aerial Video of Amazing ‘Snow Circles’ Art Traced in Fresh Powder

Artist Sonja Hinrichsen enlisted five volunteers create beautiful geometric forms in the snow with their footprints. Cedar Beauregard, a cinematographer specializing in aerial photography, captured this footage of the piece with a remote-control helicopter, as well as these still images on Flickr.

Really beautiful landscape-manipulation work. Reminds me of Jim Denevan’s work in sand (mentioned previously here).   

unconsumption:

Hundreds of smooth shards of glass collected from area beaches comprise each piece of Cornwall, UK-based artist Jonathan Fuller’s work.
View his gallery of sea glass assemblages here.  

For artwork made from debris washed ashore on California, Australia, and east Africa beaches, see earlier Unconsumption posts here, here, and here.

I’m so glad to learn I’m not the only person who’s got a thing for sea glass. 

unconsumption:

Hundreds of smooth shards of glass collected from area beaches comprise each piece of Cornwall, UK-based artist Jonathan Fuller’s work.

View his gallery of sea glass assemblages here.  

For artwork made from debris washed ashore on California, Australia, and east Africa beaches, see earlier Unconsumption posts herehere, and here.

I’m so glad to learn I’m not the only person who’s got a thing for sea glass. 

Via spotblogger:

Mesmerizing: a massive-scale drawing by Jim Denevan in the sand on a California beach. More to see here. 

Today in “things I love.”
(Also love his Outstanding in the Field project.)

Via spotblogger:

Mesmerizing: a massive-scale drawing by Jim Denevan in the sand on a California beach. More to see here.

Today in “things I love.”

(Also love his Outstanding in the Field project.)

(Environmental) art crush-of-the-day:
Jonna Pohjalainen. Colour Pencils, 2006.
(via The Jealous Curator)

(Environmental) art crush-of-the-day:

Jonna PohjalainenColour Pencils, 2006.

(via The Jealous Curator)