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    • Anita Star

      Andy Goldsworthy's amazing nature art

    • Tracy Egan

      L.O.V.E this design AND the concept.... FLAT ROCKS with a washed image in the middle & cut in half. WOW...I have 1,001 ideas....a hanging art piece... glued on to an old piece of wood, or onto (OR INTO) a slab of concrete. OR....concreted into a garden walkway, or a patio table....even strung together as windchimes. hmmmm....the possibilities -- E.N.D.L.E.S.S --

    • Chris Holst

      *Stone Art (by Andy Goldsworthy)

    • Nancy Barnhart

      Andy Goldsworthy- rock art

    • Elana Tough

      Andy goldsworthy. Amazing artist!

    • beadfreaky

      Spiral Rocks - Andy Goldsworthy

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