Monday, December 1, 2008

Andy Goldsworthy Rocks

Ephemeral art and work made from nature are seriously special. The buddhist monks who create paintings out of sand spend months perfecting their mandelas and upon completion blow their work away and its gone. The lesson being the everything is temporary and the artifact you create when you are creating is not nearly as important as the act itself, of creating. You can say goldsworthy's work is an amazing example of the temporary beauty of nature and the fragile temporary nature of his arrangements is poetically exemplery of life itself.

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