Since I chose to do land art, I couldn't really post weekly process shots, as it is a one-time thing.
My theme is how nature somehow is all connected to support itself; how the world can somehow support so much life; how the environment somehow has resources to take care of so many different kinds of plants and creatures.
For this, I created a "nest" of leaves, which is the earth/environment/nature. Inside is an abundant well of life and color, with different kinds of flowers and berries inside. This is how nature is just a constant nurturing home for so much life.
I included a photo of the sculpture one day later, since a part of land art is how temporary it is. I was surprised to see most of the sculpture still there (just very dead.) I would have loved to take more pictures as time went on but I had to go out of town and was unable to.
Kristin Hines - Student artist at Maggie L. Walker Governor's School