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artist: Unknown  love the idea of doing a regular landscape through a collage of big pictures of many different landscapes. funky!

I like this picture of a range of mountains because it combines both collage and pop art in a clever way. It's eye-catching and has lots of bright colours. There this picture is from is unknown because the link is to a web-site that not longer exists.

The #Labyrinth at The Edge, a mountain retreat in Hogsback in the Eastern Cape, is an eleven circuit Labyrinth, similar in design to the Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth in France, and displays one of the most elaborate Labyrinth designs. The Labyrinth which was completed in 2002, displays a straight line distance of seven hundred meters to its center, and the actual distance traveled along its path is 1.4 kilometers, which makes it one of the world's largest.

The Labyrinth at The Edge, a mountain retreat in Hogsback in the Eastern Cape, is an eleven circuit Labyrinth, similar in design to the Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth in France, and displays one of the most elaborate Labyrinth designs.

Andy Goldsworthy Interesting effect isn't it?

Landart, by Andy Goldsworthy This would be difficult to create such a perfect dug up path.

LESSON 1: Objective- Create a collage that defies our known perception of scale, perspective or proportion. Example: Preserve by SarahEisArt

- collage art - LESSON Objective- Create a collage that defies our known perception of scale, perspective or proportion. Example: Preserve by SarahEisArt

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