Katharina Forster brings a new meaning to “another man’s trash is another man’s treasure”. Her artwork offers us insight into complicated matters, from personal emotions we as humans often deal with to mindfulness of nature, by using discarded items. Persistence (her … Continued
The EcoArt sculptures that stand in Nelia, Queensland Australia, can capture your mind, heart and imagination. Yet this is not only because of the artworks’ beauty. The artworks are bold in character in order to convey the clear message: See … Continued
Sacred Lunar Goliath beetle (Scarabaeus gigantea) Retha Buitendach Body: Moreton bay chestnut pods, Shell of Chiton sp. Head: Acacia erioloba thorn, Cycad seed, crayfish feelers, acorn seed, Quercus sp. Legs: Rose twigs, Cycad leaves, Floss silk tree pod, Acacia thorns … Continued
Yong Ho Ji’s tire sculptures can both sadden and disturb. Yet he works with certain methods, methods we can all learn something from. His work is inspiring, not only for its skill required, but also for the constant betterment he … Continued
CLIMARTE harnesses the creative power of the arts to inform, engage and inspire action on climate change. CLIMARTE is bringing together a broad alliance of arts organisations, practitioners, administrators, patrons and academics from across the spectrum of the arts sector, … Continued
Title: black on blackInstallationArtist: Asiyeh Mohamadian2016/Neyshabour Artist Statement: By wasteful logging and paying no attention to the environment, we ruin the nature throughout the world, and we change the nature to a cemetery for the next generation, who will see … Continued
Open to Submissions: 2017 LAND ART COMPETITION by the NKA foundation. The competition is open to landscape architects, artists, curators, designers, architects, urban planners, engineers, university students and others from around the world to submit their ideas for large-scale and site-specific public art installations based on site in rural Ghana. The submitted entries can be functional or nonfunctional works but must aim at creating a truly unique experience that becomes emblematic of what an arts village is and how it needs to function as a PLACE.