Click on the portal to be taken to a website of inspired, soulful art by Andy Goldsworthy. Saw the documentary Rivers and Tides this evening and am totally amazed. The magic of his art is in working directly with nature and connecting right down to its very fabric and soul. All art is arguably about connection with the natural world--Goldsworthy doesn't mess around. He uses the medium as his message, and the results are sublimely mind-blowing.
Here's just one observation. Most of what he creates is circular in some form, while working on land--the circle does dominate, when working near water--more of a serpentine form emerges. In either case, there is an organic roundedness that reflects the natural world as opposed to the angular, straight lines of man-made constructions.
Ever looked out an airplane and seen the 'grid' as created by man? Human anthills aren't mounds, they're rectangular slabs. Then did you notice that everything (at least from the aerial perspective) that has been untouched by man has a flowing, circular nature?
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