Artists referencing the 'natural' versus the man-made

Including 'gilding the natural environment'; industrial processes transforming organic materials; the adaption of botanic forms within the artwork; plant rooting systems; and using organic forms as actual artwork

 

Graham Fagen
Graham Fagen

The Forest and the Forester

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Shigeo Toya
Shigeo Toya

Underground Tree

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Gregory Scott-Gurner
Gregory Scott-Gurner

Touchstone

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Jony Easterby
Jony Easterby

Hive

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muf
muf

Wood for the Trees

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David Nash
David Nash

Willow Ladder

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Jo Coupe
Jo Coupe

Hothouse

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Steve Blaylock
Steve Blaylock

Fly

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Kerry Morrison
Kerry Morrison

Some Fern

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Tim Norris
Tim Norris

Ammonite

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Walter Bailey
Walter Bailey

Seed

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Simon Lee
Simon Lee

Solid Oak

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Antony Holloway
Antony Holloway

Spiral Growth

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Stuart Bastick
Stuart Bastick

Arrival

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Kerry Morrison
Kerry Morrison

Spores

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Andy Goldsworthy
Andy Goldsworthy

Sidewinder

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