Land art continues to fascinate me, probably because I’m a frustrated artist, but, with a little more time, experience and opportunity I may well be able to take my version of landscape architecture into that arena.
Sylvain Meyer is an absolute inspiration, creating the most divine and sensitive natural interpolations with the use of mainly found objects. Here he transforms the forest floor by merely rearranging what’s already there. His amazing artworks make my heart sing with their simplicity. Imagine the delight from stumbling upon one of these secret and ephemeral installations on a Sunday afternoon’s stroll through the woods. For more images visit Environmental Graffiti.