The German artist Cornelia Konrads creates hallucinating in situ installations in public spaces, parks and private gardens throughout the world.His work is often punctuated by the illusion of weightlessness, when stacked objects (branch, log, stone) seem
Half the reason these fairytale-looking sculptures are so fascinating is because they have no intention of lasting forever, as artist Spencer Byles cleverly intended. While exploring the forests in the region of Alpes-Maritimes in France, he created sever
What appears to be an unearthly glow at the base of a sycamore tree is actually the careful placement of leaves around its roots. This 2013 installation was for the Berrydown Foundation in Hampshire, England.
Andy Goldsworthy : environmental art "Incredible Serpentine Root", Andy Goldworthy, This piece by Andy Goldworthy is just really cool. It is a great example of environmental art, as it’s very transitory, one expects the sand to wash away at any moment.