Land art and site specific sculpture - land art uses the environment and its scale as its material. Concrete art is expressed in material itself with which the artist introduces her non-representational objective. Public art can be viewed and accessed by observers.
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Jack (John) Wesley and Hannah Green

John Wesley (1928-) and Hannah Green.
The frieze of the Abbey Church.

The 12th century Tympanum frieze of Abbey church of Sainte-Foy depicts heaven and hell. At night the sounds the swallows (or their young) made while roosting, came together and seemed to pulsate in unison; it was as if one large- invisible creature was breathing. Working on her book "Little Saint" Hannah was very interested about everything concerning Sainte Foy and the Abbey, so one night after dinner down at the Roman bridge over the Dourdou, we all walked back up the Rue Charlemagne to listen to the breathing-like sound.

The Abbey Church of Sainte Foy. A video about the history of the Abbey of Ste. Foy and the child martyr, after whom the Church received its name.
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Queen Beatrix
Henry Moore Italy 1970
Henry Moore Italy 1971
Henry Moore Italy 3
Henry Moore England
Jorma Hautala - Kari Huhtamo - Matti Peltokangas
Christo and Jeanne Claude
Truus Schröder-Schräder
John (Jack) Wesley and Hannah Green
Donald Judd
Gerard Fieret

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