LAND ART AUSTRALIA
Environmental Art, Site-Specific Art, Earth Art, Installation Art.
Gerry Joe Weise, Australian visual artist born in Sydney, 23 April 1959, has exhibited in many major countries including Australia, Europe, and the United States. Many of his artworks are present in galleries and museums, public and private collections across the globe. He has exhibited in over 80 solo and group exhibitions, and is known for the following categories: Land art, Environmental art, Site-specific art, Earth art, and Installation art.
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Environment Tunnel, "the Opposite to Nature is Nothingness"...
Gerry Joe Weise, Land Art. Environment Tunnel, concrete construction, Australia, 2019. Made on the 1st to 7th of January, and waited 6 months for the surrounding vegetation to grow around the Environment Tunnel, before photographs were allowed to be taken during the month of June. Concept: "The environment is more important than the object".
How to Draw a Line in Nature.
Gerry Joe Weise, Black Charcoal Line, nature-friendly carbon pigments, Crescent Head, Australia, 2018.
Environmental Art Australia.
Land Art Exhibition Installations.
Tropical Environment Vegetation.
Ground Painting, Pigments on Earth.
Gerry Joe Weise, Land Art. Pathway, Ground Painting, nature-friendly pigments installation, Kangaroo River State Forest, Australia, 2015.
Sand Drawings for Sun and Tides.
Forest and Woodlands with Eucalyptus Trees.
Gerry Joe Weise, Land Art. Black Gum Trees, mixed media with eucalyptus trees, Grafton, Australia, 2016.
Earth Art Earthworks.
Gerry Joe Weise, Land Art. Le Chant des Roches (The Rocks are Chanting), Installation THNO. Large stones, rocks, and gravel. Sculpture Park, Tinos Island, Greece. Site-specific art earthwork. A tribute to the ancient Greek legend about the terrible War of Giants, who created the Cyclades island chain by throwing massive rocks together. Created and exhibited during September 1989, at the Tinos Sculpture Park with a group of island artists.