04 March 2011

forest project



so here is the installation piece me and my friend Megumi worked on! it was for our woven structures art class. our project was basically to create something based off of the inspiration from artist Andy Goldsworthy. if you already don't know who he is, he creates spectacular things in nature! they're so simple, yet dynamic.

we titled this "Hide and Speak." so what do you think? :-D

17 comments:

India said...

Beautiful...

Vanessa said...

So pretty! I love how natural it looks and the added color of the petals.

Edrick said...

wuv it!

Jonathan Crisman said...

Aron! It's beautiful! The photographs are super nice too :)

Sun said...

It reminds me of Where The Wild Things Are, imaginative :-D It seems to be very fun to build it Aron.

danielle said...

Aw. It is very nice!

jokemijn said...

it looks very poetic, i would love to walk through the forest and bump into such a sculpture.

Paddy Leung said...

Check out: Andy Goldsworthy

Ella said...

unbelievably brilliant!

hila said...

I think it's beyond wonderful!! oh and happy belated birthday :)

Kat said...

This is a wonderful project! It reminds me so much of a bowerbirds nest. There is a wonderful bit in David Attenboroughs documentary "The Life of Birds" on bowerbirds nests which i highly recommend watching on you tube!

:D

Yoli said...

You are so talented! This is gorgeous!

ariana said...

love it!
my son(nashi) goes to san francisco school waldorf school. this artist, andy, has done natural sculptures in the presidio, where the children(in school) spend 1 day a week, rain or shine, discovering nature and playing among the wonder of life.

thanks,
ariana

montmarte said...

aron! those structures are amazing! i want to jump into the flowers.
also, happy birthday to you!

lotte janssens said...

Very pretty, The pictures made me think of andy goldsworthy's work immediatly, I once made an speaking engagement about him years ago : )

*elv said...

great work and great blog!!
simply lovely.... :D

Duermevela said...

Oh, i really like it!! Nice work. Want yo ser more.