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Call of the Wild - by Patrick Dougherty

Patrick Dougherty, Call of the Wild, Museum of Glass Tacoma, WA, Photographer: Duncan Price.

Call of the Wild!

Call of the Wild!

The Call of the Wild:  A Novel Teaching Pack with Objective Tests and Thinking/Writing Prompts:  An ELA Common Core State Standards teaching resource  $12.00

The Call of the Wild Novel Study Guide

The Call of the Wild: A Novel Teaching Pack with Objective Tests and Thinking/Writing Prompts: An ELA Common Core State Standards teaching resource $12.00

As one of the most exciting art movements of our time, environmental art celebrates our connection to the natural world through beauty, science, metaphor and ecological restoration. http://www.calendars.com/Nature/Environmental-Art-2013-Wall-Calendar/prod201300000262/?categoryId=cat00732=cat00732#

Environmental Art 2013 Wall Calendar

Patrick Dougherty has made over 200 sculptures in the 25 years that he has been creating Stickwork. Dougherty's works allude to nests, cocoons, hives, and lairs

Incredible Human-Sized Nests Installed Across the Globe/ To me, this looks like Rapunzel's revenge... >:)

News: Incredible Human-Sized Nests Installed Across the Globe

Patrick Dougherty / Spinoffs This is such a whimsical installation! I feel like they have just touched down and will be whirling along their way any second! via Field & Sea

Patrick Dougherty s’est fait connaître dans le monde entier grâce à ses sculptures. Il utilise des branches et des jeunes arbres pour forme...

Stickwork par Patrick Dougherty

Patrick Dougherty, Stickworld, largescale sculptures/huts made using twigs and branches

Cool Idea:  Artist Creates Sculptures With Saplings

Cool Idea: Artist Creates Sculptures With Saplings

Extraordinaire Nest Houses by an Artist Patrick Dougherty - Art Studio Point - Design Homes Tips

Patrick Dougherty, sculptures végétales éphémères Land Art

Sculptor Patrick Dougherty combines his carpentry skills with his love for nature and it results in interesting sculptures. By weaving tree saplings into massive, swirling forms that resemble bird nests.

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