Land Art for Kids
'On The Beach'
de Richard Shilling & Julia Brooklyn
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Stuck for ideas?
Want to keep your kids entertained during the holidays?
Are you a teacher? Are you a parent?
Do want to learn how to make art and sculptures from natural materials that you find like pebbles, driftwood, sand and shells?
Do you need ideas for Land Art projects?
Well look no further, this book is jam-packed full of fun ideas to get your kids outside in the fresh air being creative, having fun and learning too!
Find out more at LandArtforKids.com.
Características y detalles
- Categoría Familias y paternidad
Cuadrado pequeño, 18×18 cm
- Fecha de publicación oct. 29, 2009
- Etiquetas natural art, enviro art, ephemeral art, andy goldsworthy homage, eco art, richard shilling, andy goldsworthy, land art, fresh air, land art for kids, for kids, landart, enviro, ephemeral, ecoart, leaves, stone, snow, ice, berry, sculpture, escher, lancashire, yorkshire, cumbria, eco, goldsworthy, udo, andy, shilling, book, kids, art, creative, fun, learning, projects, holiday, outdoors, children, activity, vacation, landartforkids, landartforkids.com, youngsters
Richard Shilling is a sculptor, photographer and film maker working in the field of Land Art. Land Art involves making sculptures using only natural materials gathered near to where the sculpture is made. Many of them are ephemeral and will last only a few short minutes before the wind or the tide takes it away. Soon after nothing remains and Richard attempts to capture the most vital and vibrant moment of each sculpture in a photograph. He makes his sculptures in beautiful and wild natural places across the North of England. Particularly in Lancashire, Cumbria and Yorkshire but he has also created sculptures in Scotland and the Himalaya. He uses snow, leaves, wood and stone and anything else that mother nature can provide. You can see more of his work on his website: http://www.richardshilling.co.uk and read all about what he gets up to on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/escher1 and on his blog: http://jrlandart.blogspot.com