Andrew Rogers: Land Art

| January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

There are artists out there who can sculpt the world in a single stone, paint the ocean on a small canvas or write a poem in 3 lines. There are also other kinds of artists out there who need the world to make their entire statement.

Andrew Rogers is someone whose job we would like to have. He travels the world to make Land Art: that is, create giant art pieces that resemble paintings or sculptures. Some are abstract, some depict animals or recognizable items, and all of them have something in common: they are created using stones, sticks or other pieces the artist finds in the surrounding area and believes can serve his purpose.

All over the world, from Israel to Bolivia, from Nepal to Sri Lanka, from the United States of America to Australia, he created art and carefully illustrated the process on his website. Every piece of art is presented during construction and after via video and pictures. Head over to his website to see more.

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