Have you ever been walking in the bush and found some interesting art?
I have been super into environmental art for quite some time now – that is, natural objects turned into art, residing in a natural habitat, to be stumbled upon and give surprises all round.
I have a little secret dream of owning a sculpture garden, and I guess this is a first step into it – by making Nature herself my very own gallery.
There is meaning and intent behind my public art, and I so desperately wish to share it with you, but part of the magic is there being no preconceived meaning, so there you go 😉
One of my music tracks in my album, Expressions, is about the merging of modern compassionate and aware thought patterns with the ancient practices of our ancestors, to aid us in becoming highly aware and modern custodians of the Earth. The Anchoring fits perfectly with one of my art installations in Mother Nature’s gallery:
Here are some more images from, what I guess you could call The Anchoring art installation:
Click either image to enlarge.
If you enjoy the music track above, you’ll find it on my album, Expressions, over here.