Art: Earth Forms
More Eco Art from found objects in nature
Date: 11/27/2012 7:35:26 PM ( 10 y ) ... viewed 1768 times
Eco Art "Earth Forms" by mayah (c)2012
"Eco Art by mayah" utilizes reused materials and earth-friendlier art supplies:
Found objects: seed pods, California oak acorn caps, feathers, dried persimmon blossom, twig.
Reused materials: compostable food container, corrugated and other cardboard, magazine photo of hoodoos from AAA Westways magazine 2012, leather strips, bead necklace
Other materials: nontoxic glues.
"A hoodoo (also called a tent rock, fairy chimney, and earth pyramid) is a tall, thin spire of rock that protrudes from the bottom of an arid drainage basin or badland. Hoodoos, which can range from 5-150 feet tall (1.5-45 meters), typically consist of relatively soft rock topped by harder, less easily eroded stone that protects each column from the elements. They generally form within sedimentary rock and volcanic rock formations.
Hoodoos are found mainly in the desert in dry, hot areas.
Hoodoos range in size from that of an average human to heights exceeding a 10-story building. Hoodoo shapes are affected by the erosional patterns of alternating hard and softer rock layers. Minerals deposited within different rock types cause hoodoos to have different colors throughout their height." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoodoo_(geology)
Companion art piece:
Art: Window into the Past Made Present http://curezone.com/blogs/fm.asp?i=2005737
Ancient Native American dwellings in New Mexico evoke a deeper connection to Mother Earth.
Art: "Shaman's Journey" http://curezone.com/blogs/fm.asp?i=1927087
Shamans travel either into the "inner" or "higher" realms of existence; the vocabulary we use is inadequate except to say that the realms are not of this earth plane of existence.
Art: "Vision" http://curezone.com/blogs/fm.asp?i=1939830
This art piece is an example of what I call "shamanic art", when the energy of Spirit is felt very strongly and a message is given.
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