Saturday, April 7, 2007

Great Art: Artist Andy Goldsworthy

British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy is an environmentalist and photographer who produces site-specific sculpture and land art situated in natural and urban settings. His art involves the use of natural and found objects to create both temporary and permanent sculptures which draw out the character of their environment. In this clip Andy explains his art and his purpose:Source: SelfGrowth.com

2 comments:

mary said...

No WAY! Andy Goldsworthy is one of my favorite artists, and I've been searching for original photos of his stuff for my walls. I've been so enjoying your posts and have lots of questions, one of which is: Do you have a tough time with Dr. Mercola because of his religious beliefs or his non-veganism (and what often seems like vegan-intolerance)?

Love the "hair" piece . . .

Can't find your e-mail. will go to zaadz.

Happy Easter, if you're into that (not that there's anything wrong with it!)

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Dana Herbert said...

Mary,

I love the "hair" piece too (and the pun)....I can watch that video ten times in a row and not get bored with it!

I like Dr. Mercola a lot and I like Mike Adams over at NewsTarget dot com a lot too. I like the way they stand up to the whole pharmaceutical indu$try and expose the medical fraud and scams out there. I think that Dr. Mercola is right on about the vitamin D - otherwise known as "the sunshine cure". I have no idea what his religious beliefs are but I do know that he believes that people should eat right for their body types, and that for some people, that means meat.