I might have mentioned some of these artist before (or maybe you have), but I went on a nature walk today via my computer. How inspiring. Makes me want to gather some leaves,twigs and shells and make a pattern.
Heather Barnett, The Living Room, 2001 and her Cellular Wallpapers, 2000 - custom printed Digital Wallpaper® designs derived from human cellular microscopy. Very disturbing or very cool.
Mussel shells, incoming tide by Gloria Lamson.
Worth reading: The desire to act beautifully - Forget Your Botany
Chris Booth's Big Boulders as art and Pumice from the Mountains as mountains.
Chris Drury's Mushroom Wheel (wish I could see more of it)
Ingrid Koivukangas - Environmental Artist, Willow River and Birchberry
Thinking boxes by Anne Katrin
Sand dollars by Diana Lynn Thompson, Writing poetry on leaves and Gesture: Momentary installations made between the tides on the beaches of Vancouver, Victoria, and Saltspring Island
So simple, so beautiful. Noble-Fir-Crystals ( found in the Tomographics): Slices of dead Noble-Fir at Fawn-Lake, Mt.St.Helens, WA, by Urs-P. Twellman and much more natural beauty on his site. The image below is the property of www.twellmann.ch.
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