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Andy Goldsworthy

Eco Art Andy Goldsworthy Presentation by Debbie Yatko
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Debbie Yatko

on 24 September 2013

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Transcript of Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy
"Movement, change, light growth and decay are the lifeblood of nature, the energies that I try to tap through my work."
Using a seemingly endless range of natural materials—snow, ice, leaves, bark, rock, clay, stones, feathers petals, twigs—he creates outdoor sculpture that manifests, however fleeting, a sympathetic contact with the natural world.
Balanced Rock Misty

Cangdale, Cumbria, May 1977
Large fallen oak tree used leaves with branches still attached for supporting structure inside ball

Jenny Nobles-Gill Dumriesshire
15 September 1985
Leaves polished, greased made in the shadow of the tree from which they fell, pinned to the ground with thorns.

Le jardin Massey, Tarbes, France,
22 August 1989


The wall that went for a walk

Storm King, Mountainville, NY, 1997-98
Sits cut into frozen snow stormy strong wind
Oak leaves in holls

Yorkshire, 1978


Slate arch made over two days, fourth attempt

Blaenauffestinog Wales, September 1982
Andy Goldsworthy

Bright sunny morning, rozen snow, cut slab, scraped snow away with a stick, just short of breaking through.

Izumi-Mura, Japan. 19 December 1987
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