How unusual and such an unusual perspective on protecting that which is growing. I hope that is the message anyway

How unusual and such an unusual perspective on protecting that which is growing. I hope that is the message anyway

Driftwood and horses!? I'm in love! <3 Seriously, how long was this person standing on the beach, making an installation that could possibly be destroyed? If I was the artists, I'd be afraid that kids would walk up to my baby and yell "Giddy-up!" and jump on.

Amazing driftwood sculpture

Driftwood and horses!? I'm in love! <3 Seriously, how long was this person standing on the beach, making an installation that could possibly be destroyed? If I was the artists, I'd be afraid that kids would walk up to my baby and yell "Giddy-up!" and jump on.

Gothic Steampunk Pin Pendant Botanical Eye di twistedsisterarts

Spilla di botanica occhio ciondolo Gotico Steampunk Pin

ceramic Sculptors of nature | Jennifer McCurdy • Ceramics Now - Contemporary ceramics magazine

ceramic Sculptors of nature | Jennifer McCurdy • Ceramics Now - Contemporary ceramics magazine

Rodin. This is probably my favourite piece of art ever. He hasn't just captured the detail of the hands. But the emotion of a lover's touch. It takes my breath away. Pinned from my friend Jenn's blog. www.earthfirewaterearth.blogspot.com

Rodin. This is probably my favourite piece of art ever. He hasn't just captured the detail of the hands. But the emotion of a lover's touch. It takes my breath away. Pinned from my friend Jenn's blog. www.earthfirewaterearth.blogspot.com

I would give my eye teeth to own this piece. No one sculpted hands like Rodin. He spent years studying the anatomy of hands, and did a number of small pieces of them.

I would give my eye teeth to own this piece. No one sculpted hands like Rodin. He spent years studying the anatomy of hands, and did a number of small pieces of them.

These giant cones are made from the old shovels and some Corten steel - art by Patrick Plourde, http://tinyurl.com/7mcjchd

Giant Pine Cones from Old Shovel Blades

These giant cones are made from the old shovels and some Corten steel - art by Patrick Plourde, http://tinyurl.com/7mcjchd

Jennifer McCurdy "I use a translucent porcelain body because it has a beautiful surface, and it conveys the qualities of light and shadow that I wish to express." http://aya.press

Jennifer McCurdy "I use a translucent porcelain body because it has a beautiful surface, and it conveys the qualities of light and shadow that I wish to express." http://aya.press

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