Goldsworthy, Andy (Book - 1996)

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Goldsworthy perceives wood as a symbol of growth, change, and transformation. This vision culminates in a triumphant series of works, reproduced in this book, made in all four seasons on, under, and around a magnificent oak tree near the artist's home in Scotland.
Authors: Goldsworthy, Andy, 1956-
Title: Wood
Publisher: New York : Harry N. Abrams, 1996
Characteristics: 115 p. :,col. ill. ;,32 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Andy Goldsworthy ; introduction by Terry Friedman
ISBN: 0810939924
Branch Call Number: 709.2 G624w
Subject Headings: Goldsworthy, Andy, 1956- Themes, motives Conceptual art Sculpture, Modern 20th century
Topical Term: Conceptual art
Sculpture, Modern
LCCN: 96008561
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The artist uses twigs, ice, leaves, and other natural materials to create his fleeting environmental sculptures, this time on the theme of trees.

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