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Artist and sculptor, Spencer Byles, spent a year in three unmanaged French forests, where he utilized only natural and local materials to create amazing works of art amid the living landscapes.

By weaving tree saplings and branches together, Dougherty creates majestic shelter sculptures.  Like willow domes or other arboreal structures.

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He did an installation for the Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan WI. By weaving tree saplings and branches together, Dougherty creates majestic shelter sculptures. Like willow domes or other arboreal structures.

Beaver House

A beaver house ~ amazing symmetry not an animal, but I love this and don't have anywhere to pin it. I've never seen a beaver house.

This Woman Has Spent 14 Years Finding And Photographing The Oldest Trees In The World.

"THE SENTINELS OF ST. EDWARDS" Stow-on-the-Wold, England, Planted sometime in the century, these two yews are probably survivors of a celebrated, formal avenue that led to the door of the church.

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Ying Ke Pine Trees in Huangshan Anhui Province, China

Thrown to the Wind    Beijing-based artist Wang Zhiyuan piece entitled Thrown to the Wind ascends 36 feet into the air. Zhiyuan’s tornado of plastic waste is a reminder of the trash that overwhelms his hometown and it’s surrounding environment. It pretty much speaks to anyone - the reality is that we are all living with it the effects of non-dispoable waste.

"Thrown to the Wind" by Chinese artist Wang Zhiyuan is a 36 foot tall tornado-like sculpture made of plastic garbage. via Job's Wife & My Modern Metropolis

Photo of Castle Crag Tornado Cairn. Royalty-free image by Copyright Richard Shilling

Souls & Stones // Castle Crag Tornado Cairn by escher is still alive on…

Spencer Byles

Spencer Byles spent over a year alone in the unmanaged forests of La Colle Sur Loup, located in southeastern France creating surreal sculptures using only organic materials from the area. II Spencer Byles’ collection, A Year In A French Forest

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