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Spencer Byles

Spencer Byles spent over a year alone in the unmanaged forests of La Colle Sur Loup, located in southeastern France creating surreal sculptures using only organic materials from the area. II Spencer Byles’ collection, A Year In A French Forest

Take the kids for a walk in the tree tops

Take the kids for a walk in the tree tops

"A Path in the Forest" by architect Tetsuo Kondo, temporary installation, Kadriorg Park, Tallinn, Estonia

Swiss environmental artist Sylvain Meyer made patterns around trees with pine needles

Sylvan Meyer creates interesting works in the Swiss forest. Here he designed patterns using pine needles and wood chips, creating a spooky Tim Burton vibe, which is also sometimes found in the work of Patrick Dougherty.

A Year in a French Forest

A Year in a French Forest: Sculpture No Forest Sculptor Spencer Byles.

Land Art works by Simon Max Bannister, created during a week of art making in the Blyde River and Tzaneen areas of South Africa.

"In every walk with nature one finds far more than one seeks" Exploring land art for me is about simply stepping into the wilderness.

A Year in a French Forest: Sculpture 2

Half the reason these fairytale-looking sculptures are so fascinating is because they have no intention of lasting forever, as artist Spencer Byles cleverly intended. While exploring the forests in the region of Alpes-Maritimes in France, he created sever

Spencer Byles - Forest Sculptor

Spencer Byles - Forest Sculptor“ This project represents my experiences throughout a twelve month period exploring the back regions of three unmanaged local forests making on site sculptures.