Alice Aycock's Creations are Monumental and Reverentially Organic

By: Amanda Greer - Published: Jun 27, 2013 • References: aaycock & lostateminor
World-renowned sculpture Alice Aycock has created a breathtaking series of public sculptures created almost entirely of natural materials, giving them an organic and nature-infused flair. Scattered throughout the world, these gigantic artworks are often vibrantly colored, abstract and almost mystical.

Since they're each created from natural materials, they look almost as if they had sprung up in the middle of a forest or a lake without any human interaction at all. One of Aycock's sculptures, situated in a forest clearing, is a humongous, weaved sculptured made of wood. Its tubular shape and wooden hue makes it feel as if some mystical animal had created it some thousands of years ago. By creating this atmosphere, Aycock reminds viewers of the beauty of nature, and how, without using any man-made materials, gorgeous art can be created entirely of the things surrounding us. Stats for Nature-Infused Public Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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