I have always had a thing for trees but I hate to see them boxed in.  I am sure this might beautiful in someones eyes.  So I imagine they wrap the trees in big beautiful lights at Christmas and they let the kids see the lights - yep that will make it on the stuff I like list

Not just installation art but planted, growing art. Alapuolella maa - The ground beneath by Finnish artist Jaakko Pernu

Ronald Van Der Meijs. "The installation 'Nature' 5000 bicycle bells swaying in the wind cause a soft twinkling noise."

'Nature versus Synthetics' by Dutch artist Ronald Van Der Meijs Welding materials, 5000 chrome bicycle bell caps, 850 x 520 cm. via the artist's site

That must be one hell of a bird.

21 Unforgettable Examples of Land Art

"The Nest" by Nils-Udo in Lüneburg Heath, Germany - photo from greenmuseum; made of earth, stones, birch branches, grass

‘Pink Punch’ installation from New York based architect Nicholas Croft and designer Michaela MacLeod

‘Yarn bomb Pink Punch’ installation from New York based architect Nicholas Croft and designer Michaela MacLeod *

Land art, @jan issues issues Fehlis Spencer @Maeven Mendoza Mendoza Mendoza Five @☠ Gella Spencer ☠

Land Art: Something we should see more of.

Portal Through The Woods by ~Asphodel-Foxx. [read a lot of fantasy books when I was kid, wishing I could find a portal to another land, and if I ever stumbled upon this in the woods I would have lost my mind]

Land art, from Jaume Plensa. For sure a thing that makes you hmmmmmm, just because IT gives you a special feeling to see these treehugging people ;-D

'Heart Of Trees' art installation by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa in Yorkshire Sculpture Park, England. via all art news

Andy Goldsworthy - absolutely my favorite artist. He makes sculptures out of only natural things without using glue

Andy Goldsworthy - ORIGINAL PINNER SAYS: absolutely my favorite artist. He makes sculptures out of only natural things without using glue

♂ Wood ball circle by Jae Hyo Lee environmental land art

Korean artist Lee Jae-Hyo works primarily with wood, steel, stone and nails to create these massive organic sculptures. via Twisted Sifter Lee Jae-Hyo's website

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