Rocks, gravity and patience - Stone Balance by Michael Grab -Working only with rocks, gravity, and patience, artist Michael Grab builds precarious towers and bridges that seem to defy gravity. Grab first tried stone balancing during the summer of 2008 while exploring Boulder Creek in Boulder, Colorado, and quickly discovered an innate ability to build increasingly complicated, free standing stacks of rocks. While his stone sculptures rely heavily on intuition and experience,

Rocks, gravity and patience - Stone Balance by Michael Grab -Working only with rocks, gravity, and patience, artist Michael Grab builds precarious towers and bridges that seem to defy gravity. Grab first tried stone balancing during the summer of 2008 while exploring Boulder Creek in Boulder, Colorado, and quickly discovered an innate ability to build increasingly complicated, free standing stacks of rocks. While his stone sculptures rely heavily on intuition and experience,

Rock piles become man’s meditative art | GrindTV.com

Rock piles become man’s meditative art

River rock balancing. Mike Grab created this unusual series of structures in the waters of Boulder Creek using nothing but balance and gravity, patience, and not a single drop of glue.

River rock balancing. Mike Grab created this unusual series of structures in the waters of Boulder Creek using nothing but balance and gravity, patience, and not a single drop of glue.

2012 | GRAVITY GLUE - This site is amazing, it reminds me of Andy Goldsworthy works.

2012 | GRAVITY GLUE - This site is amazing, it reminds me of Andy Goldsworthy works.

positive/negative space: art of rock balancing by michael grab gravity glue (6)

positive/negative space: art of rock balancing by michael grab gravity glue (6)

It might seem like adhesive or wires were used in these sculptures, but the only glue holding Michael Grab's precarious objects together is gravity.

By balancing stones, artist finds peace

It might seem like adhesive or wires were used in these sculptures, but the only glue holding Michael Grab's precarious objects together is gravity.

Icy stone arch bridge. Gravity Glue by Mike Grab

By balancing stones, artist finds peace

By artist Michael Grab. "Gravity is the only 'Glue' that holds these structures in equilibrium. All Gravity Glue images exhibit real rocks that I've balanced and photographed myself. The process resembles an intimate dance with the elements. adapting to the moments, embracing creative intuition. focused breathing.. silence… exploring and redefining 'possible'.”

By artist Michael Grab. "Gravity is the only 'Glue' that holds these structures in equilibrium. All Gravity Glue images exhibit real rocks that I've balanced and photographed myself. The process resembles an intimate dance with the elements. adapting to the moments, embracing creative intuition. focused breathing.. silence… exploring and redefining 'possible'.”

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