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Jaakko Pernu | Galleria Harmaja

Jaakko Pernu | Galleria Harmaja

Architecture is creativity solidified into a form of building..."the complex or carefully designed structure of something" (Google def #2).  NOT  necessarily as large as "a building". Here is a half-circle of stones built to rise in an arch at the still water's edge. Waters reflect it to create a perfect circle, & stones below water parallel form of stones. RESEARCH by DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/dido-reflections/ -  Martin Hill Stream Stone Circle, White Beach, New…

by Martin Hill. Stacking stones rocks arch art sculpture - maybe for a garden pond ? An aquatic stargate for my inner geek ! Like how reflection completes circle

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"Heart of gold" by Kimberly Willcox mixed media sculpture bronze, stone, steel

Leonore Tawney In the late 1950s Tawney developed the revolutionary technique of 'open-warp' weaving, enabling practitioners to bypass the strict rectilinearity of woven forms, and throughout her career continued to push the boundaries of her craft, moving far closer to sculpture than textile production.

Another non-traditional string/weaving image. I like this one because it is reminiscent of the forest and also of confinement (Philomela locked in her cell).

dry stone wall

River Stone Fold by Andy Goldworthy 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.

Georgia Gremouti: "Colonies"

Georgia Gremouti, Greece, Colonies" installation, participating in 2012 Paper Biennial Rijswijk in Rijswijk & The Hague – the Netherlands

Melting Men by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo, Berlin. This amazing installation of 1,000 melting figures


Melting Men by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo, Berlin. This amazing installation of melting figures was done in collaboration with the WWF to highlight global warming and bring awareness on the rapid loss of ice worldwide