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Andy Goldsworthy both parallels and extends the themes and preoccupations that informed the work in Stone, offering an investigation into wood as he has grown to know it.
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Wood is a remarkable substance, we can use it to heat us, to carry us through water and air and time spent in coppices can breathe life into our souls. But the artist Andy Goldsworthy sees wood in different ways and this wonderful book is his interpretation of the way a tree lives and transforms. Using the natural materials he finds close to an oak tree in each season he creates breath-taking art that is ethereal and fleeting. These transient pieces are captured perfectly by his camera before they return to nature.

A small confession, Goldsworthy is one of my favourite artists who creates such beautiful natural artworks. His use of different materials in each of the pieces bring different energies and dynamics to the photo, as you know some will not even see another sunrise. There is precious little text in here, the main purpose of the book is the photos. But if you like the natural world, Goldsworthy’s creations from rocks, branches, leaves, ice and snow will touch your very heart. Excellent, just excellent. ( )
  PDCRead | Apr 6, 2020 |
an amazing collection of great pieces of work and information about different types of art, artists, and how some art was created
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  TUCC | Jun 19, 2017 |
In this book Goldsworthy focuses on natural art that he makes from or relating to wood. Another magical creation with wonderful photography of seemingly impossible creations. ( )
  mamorico | Nov 6, 2006 |
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