Amazing Awesome Contemporary Environmental Artists

This is a known reality that many of the important things that you see around you are presents from the Mom Nature and this is exactly what makes up of the nature. In this article you will learn more about some of the incredible pieces of production that have been made by combining nature, environment and male’s imagination. Be it the bridge of logs or the dancing hands that are taken of high tree trunks, all are lovely and concentrate on the environment. It is not constantly that you get to see creativity like this. So, click on the link provided here to have a look at these developments.

So take a look at environmental art artists now.

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Snowshoe prints
Rabbit Ears Pass, Colorado, 2012

Snow Drawings by Sonja Hinric

Spruce and ash trees
Arte Sella, Malga Costa, Italy, 2010

After the Chaos by Bob Verschueren

Soil, wheat seeds, recycled metal and fabric
Brooklyn, New York, 2010

Lives of Grass by Mathilde Roussel

Plaster hand casts and locally reclaimed birch logs
Oronsko, Poland, 2003

Listen… by Olga Ziemska

Willow and sand
Wenduine, Belgium, 2012

Sandworm by Marco Casagrande

Twigs, branches, vines and other natural materials
Poznan, Poland, 2008

Lonely Tree, Lonely People, The Tree Hugger Project by Agnieszka Gradzik and Wiktor Szostalo

Nylon tulle, fabric
Parker Creek, Mono County, California, 2000

Rivulet at Parker Creek by Linda Gass

Sycamore poles
Langeland, Denmark, 1995

Organic Highway by Mikael Hansen

Spray paint and synthetic materials
Wilhelmina Square, Leeuwarden, Netherlands, 2008

Art-Eggcident by Henk Hofstra

Stone wall construction
Atacama Desert, Chile, 2004

Ancient Language by Andrew Rogers

Compact discs and limestone
Near Kilmington, England, 2010

CDSea by Bruce Munro