Thanks for visiting, yet another week has zoomed by! I've been fascinated by a couple of TV programmes this week - Forest, Field & Sky : Art in the Landscape and What do Artists do all day? : Katie Paterson - highlighting artists working within the landscape and my five this week record some of their work in case you didn't see the programmes yourselves.
One - Katie Paterson - Hollow
Wood from 10,000 different trees from all over the globe spanning millions of years, from fossilised trees to the oldest tree to trees on the verge of extinction, were collected to make the sculpture for Bristol University. Sunlight streams into the mini forest. Follow the link for more info and photos.
Two - David Nash - Ash Dome
Planted in 1977, these ash trees create a dome and are still growing today. Here's a link with more information.
Three - Charles Jencks
The Garden of Cosmic Speculation in Scotland.
Four - Andy Goldsworthy
Five - Richard Long
If you click on the links you will be amazed at all the work these sculptors have created from natural materials in the landscape, some work lasting only long enough for a photo before being washed away, ice melting, collapsing.
As always many thanks to Amy for the Five on Friday link up.
Have a great week!