Explore the world around you through ecological art-making.
Some of the most beautiful ecological art is the most simple. It’s made from, and in collaboration with, elements found in nature. It’s ephemeral, meaning it changes with time and as a result of its environment.
The process of eco art-making is investigative and expressive. While the visual outcome is often lovely, the connections it encourages are beneficial for the human-nature relationship. It’s a process of interconnected play.
For examples of inspired and playful ecological art, explore the work of renowned ecological artist, Andy Goldsworthy, and others below.
Most of all, have fun while soaking up the benefits of being outdoors!
Time* by Andy Goldsworthy
Hand to Earth* by Andy Goldsworthy
Andy Goldsworthy Land Art
Richard Shilling Land Art
Walter Mason Land Art
To Life: Eco Art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet* by Linda Weintraub
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