~ Andrew Goldsworthy ~ Stone River ~ 2002 ~ When the artist heard about Stanford University's "boneyard" -- a repository of salvaged historic materials including sandstone from buildings toppled in the 1906 and 1989 earthquakes -- he knew he'd found the right material for this work. "The idea of stone that was once a building returned to the ground, back into the earth, for a work that is about flow, movement and change, it was perfect. It was really perfect."
River Stone Fold, Deadman Gill
Photos from our visit to several of Andy Goldsworthy's sheepfold project installations dotted around Cumbria. This is the Riverstone Fold at Deadman's Gill near Middleton-in-Teasdale.
Andy Goldsworthy. "Ideas must be put to the test. That's why we make things, otherwise they would be no more than ideas. There is often a huge difference between an idea and its realization."
Jaume Plensa at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.
Мастеркласс по поиску вдохновения.
Энди Голдсуорти. Художник, у которого материал всегда под рукой, где бы он ни был. Чем схожи все самые удивительные люди планеты? Вряд ли кто-нибудь возразит, если я скажу, что все они обладали одной уникальной способностью - видеть необычное в самых заурядных и абсолютно элементарных вещах…