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    ways of creating and displaying work. In this vein, Andy Goldsworthy works sculpturally with natural media, and leaves the sculptures within a particular environment, often expecting his work to decay quickly. Many times, the only evidence of any art he makes is the photographs taken during the process. By more traditional standards, art of this nature is entirely contradictory. What is the point of pieces of visual art that cannot

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    Goldsworthy has an eye for the beauty of nature, he sees things that not everybody sees and he puts a lot of passion into his pieces but that does not make him a lunatic. Some might argue that spending ages in the cold on creating a temporary piece of art that will fall apart merely a few hours later is somewhat crazy and over ambitious but, aren’t there certain activities for all of us that we like to spend our time on, even though when/if they might not be particularly productive as such? Especially

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    Andy Goldsworthy Case Study Andy Goldsworthy is a famous British sculptor whose influences come primarily from the environment around him and the way society interacts with nature. His work is constructed solely from objects found in the environment he is working in the aim of the work itself to become a part of the environment around it, interacting with it in a way that makes it seem entirely out of place yet still in sync with what is around it. His own influences and connections to nature

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    Andy Goldsworthy

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    taken quite literally by two artists who mainly help to focus on the problem stated above. One, by the name of James Ostrer, uses a tactic that tries to use fear to resort people back to natural objects. The other, Andy Goldsworthy, using a more mellow and aesthetic way. While Goldsworthy may use temporary sculptures made

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    Andy Goldsworthy Analysis

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    connection to the environment. Andy Goldsworthy, a British land artist from Yorkshire, made it his life goal to remind the rest of the world just how magical nature still is and the many different things that it openly represents to any willing eye. We are connected to the environment, and the environment is connected to us. The notion of time and it being temporary are aspects of life that our environment and every human have in common. Goldsworthy

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    My inspiration is from the artist Andy Goldsworthy, an innovative British artist that uses natural surroundings materials (leaves, bark, stones, and twigs) to produce his artwork as my inspiration. His artwork inspired by all aspects of the natural world; where he mentioned that a lot of things

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    Andy Goldsworthy life

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    ideally in a gallery space. However, it is the aim of a postmodern artist to step outside these boundaries with their own art and concepts. Andy Goldsworthy respectively creates his art as this. Andy Goldsworthy was born in Cheshire, Scotland, in the year 1956. He is a British sculptor and photographer living in Scotland with his wife and children. Goldsworthy has traveled and created works of art out NATURAL materials. Through the art practice analysis there are 6 main keys. ● ● ● ● ● ●

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    Andy Goldsworthy (Rivers and Tides) he is a very unique artist to start with, he uses medium in his art works that is found within its surroundings and turn it into a work of art. He likes to be always connected with nature, he loves the sea and river in connection with time as his concept. His work are in the patterns of snake like or river like shapes and an egg shape pattern. I like his work because it makes me feel at peace with nature which gives me a relaxing effect especially with the sound

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    Liam Goldsworthy - What are electrons, protons and neutrons made of? - Essay Everything that exists in the world is made up of atoms, from the asteroids that float around in space to the very cells inside a human body. Atoms are everywhere and that’s because atoms make up everything. Atoms are made up of protons, neutrons and electrons, each element has different amount of protons, neutrons and electrons. For instance one Helium atom has two protons, two neutrons and two electrons. Helium is

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    Holocaust as seen in figure 1. Apparently, he wanted to portray the harsh life in the holocaust and the difficulty of living through it. (Andy Goldsworthy Biography) Some of his motivations are just the pure factors of nature itself. He wants to show combination of “transformation, movement, light, development and decay” in his pieces (Andy Goldsworthy-Defluence). He uses the natural materials to represent life. He enjoys the difficulties of making art in the outside; he likes challenges with Mother

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