Gallery: Walter Mason Uses Nature’s Gifts To Create Striking Land Art

As he says on his Tumblr page - "Everything I do is an experiment. If the picture I make is good or not is of little importance in comparison to what I have learned. If the experiment ‘works’ I have the feeling of arrival, of completion, I am finished with the idea."

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  1. mbarton January 10, 2012 at 11:45 pm

    Yeah, the Goldsworthy conflict… of course Andy doesn’t have a patent on making art out of leaves and sticks, but he has established himself and his beautiful work quite firmly. It is an intuitive drive to make things in a similar way, and Andy G has done a very wide range of work, so I always feel like he has it covered, unless I were to go in a very particular direction with it. These images fall well within Goldsworthy’s covered terrain. Slightly more attention to detail, but not sure it adds a new dimension to A.G.’s work in any way.

  2. nerd_burgher January 10, 2012 at 3:53 pm

    Andy Goldsworthy is a British artist who has been doing same thing for at least) the last 15-20 years. He has published several books on his naturalistic art, and was subject of the documentary film Rivers and Tides.

    Mason’s work is beautiful, but feels like he’s very closely imitating Goldsworthy.

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