Andy Goldsworthy: A Collaboration with Nature (英語) ハードカバー – 1990/9/1
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Illustrates outdoor sculptures created with a range of natural materials, including snow, ice, leaves, rock, clay, stones, feathers, and twigs.
Andy Goldsworthy is one of the most prominent artists in the world today. Although commissions take him all over the world, the landscape of Northwest England and Scotland (where he lives) remain at the heart of his work. Goldsworthys bestselling books for Abrams include "A Collaboration with Nature , Time, Stone", and "Passage".
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Most inspirational to my soul is how he couples his artistic vision of the beauty intrinsic in nature, coupled with his patience to modify and follow through. He shows us what is possible if we can imagine it, can think through how it should be done, and have the patience to work with nature to create it.
Some pieces take him days of collecting rocks, or sorting leaves by color, or patiently allowing one icicle to freeze to another. Sometimes his work is lost to wind or animals or the sun and he must start over. But he continues on to build the structure and the order that he sees in his mind's eye, working within nature, and creating something that is almost supernatural.
Each person I've shown this book to has been absorbed and amazed. It's the one I give as gifts so spread the word of the work of Andy Goldsworthy.
I'm a nature teacher, and these books are great teaching resources; the kids get the idea immediately and spontaneously start making little Goldsworthies. They also make wonderful gifts, coffee table books, and fundraiser auction items. Every well stocked home library should have at least one Goldsworthy book, and believe it, I just found my teenager flipping through this book the other day.
Hey everybody! We have a new $2 million Goldsworthy art installation at the Saint Louis Art Museum as of June 2013!