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Transcript of Andy Goldsworthy
Natural Sculpture and Design
A presentation by Liam Donaher
Removed turf to make a line
Stones sinking in sand
Stone ring sinking into the sand
Early images provided by:
Dead grass, bracken, seagulls
Rivers and Tides, 2001
Microsculpture: Ice Spiral, Treesoul
"Whenever Possible, I make a work every day."
Ellesmere Island, Canada
Storm King Wall
Storm King Art Center, NY
San Francisco, CA
"Permanent" Sculpture : PenPont Cairn
"I can't just choose the rough bits, stone and wood, the manly bits. I would have a very reduced view of the land and I like the challenge of that."
Sculpture Series: Midsummer Snowballs
"I am reluctant to carve into and break off solid
living rock or to move a large boulder from the place where it has been for a long time, unless in a quarry."
New York City
Nation Gallery of Art,
Rivers and Tides
"Working with change is to also work with the future"
"Process and decay are implicit.
Transience in my work refects
what I find in nature."
All other images borrowed from various online and print sources. I do not own the rights to any of these images, and am using them exclusively for academic and non-commercial purposes.
"My art is an attempt to reach beyond the surface appearance"
“Each time I got to know the stone a bit more. It got higher each time, so it grew in proportion to my understanding of the stone, and that is really one of the things that my art is trying to do. I obviously don’t understand it well enough…. yet.”
English town and countryside: