14) Michael Heizer, "Levitated Mass," 2012 Heizer is best known for his massive works, set in the desert and deliberately defying easy access. “Levitated Mass,” however, brought Land Art to the urban masses, trucking a massive boulder into town and drawing a literal following as it wound it’s way through L.A.’s neighborhoods towards its final site at LACMA. [content:shareblock] Photo: Frederic J. Brown/AFP/GettyImages[content:advertisement-center]
St John the Prodrome’s Monastery - Arcadia, Greece (by Yiannis_the greek).
Beach Cottages by Kirsty Elson
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Wood Sculpture by James McNabb http://www.fastcoexist.com/1681441/check-out-these-breathtaking-urban-landscapes-made-out-of-wood-scraps#1
artnet Galleries: The Buddha is not here but the Sage is in the Kitchen by Michael C. McMillen from Sylvia White Gallery
This is essentially my third year sculpture work but a bit more professional