Tree, Line by Zander Olsen Zander Olsen’s project is a series of landscape interventions, called “Line Tree.” Olsen plays around with the relationship between trees and the sky.
Artist's 'landthropologic' earth artworks bring out the wonders of nature (Video)
Inspired by land art greats like Robert Smithson, Jim Denevan and Andy Goldsworthy, Minnesota-based graphic designer, photographer and "landthropologist" Paul Johnson experiments with earth-based materials in his work, but adds a bit of modern stop animation techniques into his pieces, making it more accessible and shareable for the digital age.
Art & Place Site-specific Art of the Americas Editors of Phaidon
Robert Smithson Mirror and Crushed Shells, 1969 via: exhibitionmaker
Spiral Jetty is an earthwork sculpture made from rock and earth and is located on the northern end of the Great Salt Lake. Robert Smithson created the earthwork entirely out of mud, salt, basalt rocks, earth, and water in
Robert Smithson, “Broken Circle/Spiral Hill, View of Spiral Hill,” 1971