Maya Lin installation

Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom

Aili Schmeltz - The Magic City String Art Installation

Aili Schmeltz - The Magic City String Art Installation (via All Sorts of Pretty) - Installation stuff !

'Rain Forest/SUNY' from the "Safety Pin" series (2000) by Japanese-born artist Tamiko Kawata. Safety pins, 18 x 45 x 12 ft. via the artist's site

'Rain Forest/SUNY' from the "Safety Pin" series by Japanese-born artist Tamiko Kawata. Safety pins, 18 x 45 x 12 ft. via the artist's site

Installations by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto. Strolling through breezy/delicate/gauzy tent worlds, exploring plushy pink organic rooms, or lying around in a giant, pink, shape-forming cushion of relaxation. Ahhh…  Those awesome droplet like hanging pieces are actually filled with spices, so the whole exhibition room smells amazing! LOVE IT!  .

Installation by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto. I love environments and art spaces and this looks so fun to play in.

Maya Lin | "pin river: lena" (detail) | steel pins

Maya Lin use of movement is very nice in this art piece.

David Oliveira - Wire Sculptures via http://www.juxtapoz.com/current/qfloatingq-wire-sculptures-by-david-oliveira

magnolius: “ Scribbled Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira Lisbon based artist David Oliveira creates sculptures that appear as scribbles, made by meticulously twisting, shaping and cutting wire to.

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Installation Aerial par Monika Grzymala :: Tape, patience and imagination Aerial is a facility of the Berlin artist Monika Grzymala, made entirely with a big black tape, she dresses a column and two white walls with incredible dexterity.

Maya Lin, Water Line. This artists work with lines and shape is inspirational for my concept of growth. The repetition of the same shape over and over again is something I would like to explore using origami tessellations. The movement and variety of earths surfaces is also something I want to explore.

The art: Maya Lin, Water Line, In case it’s not clear from the picture, this is a wire topography of the ocean floor. I thought of it in the context of the below stories because it makes clear.

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