Around and About LAF

This page is a gallery of glimpses aside from the major art pieces featured on individual LandArtFarm web pages.

Land Art Farm is a changing mix of emergent artistic works and wandering and walking experiences all evolving under the effects of climate and nature.

Some of the land art works are large and earthy, tied tightly to the land, visible from distance, with unique aspects when viewed up close.

Other pieces, less land-art, more Installations, have arisen from artistic whimsy applied to old farm sheds, dams, rocks, paddocks and remnant farm and household materials.Works in development include: New Tip Progression, A Numerical Ode to musty, dusty Museums Everywhere (in development), and Dunne Dell in Triangle.

Smaller works, a few rather more serendipitous by-the-way pieces are scattered around and about the farm acres for wandering and quiet viewing.

Two native garden areas are being variously enhanced for curious walkers. Australian wildlife and and the wonderful New England region natural environment lend add their own artistry, subtle or bold — especially when intersecting with invented technology such as sweeping power lines.

Entrance. Striking giant eucalyptus trees frame the bush drive into LandArtFarm. Giant eucalyptus trees frame the bush drive into LandArtFarm.
Fruit Trees Wild Garden FRUIT TREES WILD GARDEN aims to highlight the micro diversity of Australian flora.
Around and About LandArtFarm A  land art surprise. A halo of barbed wire left over 20 years ago. Fallen pine needles glow in the late sun. In Fruit Trees Wild Garden.
 Wire Peaks 1.2014 A subtle piece, harsh, soft, a photographic challenge. WIRE PEAKS. A subtle piece, harsh, soft, and a photographic challenge. In Fruit Trees Wild Garden.
TWEE ROCK GARDEN. One happy area for Australiana and cute exotica pieces accrued over time.
MONDRIAN . Dali . Warhol. Such symbols and influences, enough said!  In Lookout.
20140313_155502 ORANGE ROPE ART. A dramatic start until the sun faded orange to ordinary white. In Long Run.
AB’s Tree 9.2014 The AB Tree. Exquisite, leisured weathering into delicate,decorated lines. In upper Long Run.
Art Made by Driving around paddocks. Refer Richard Long’s foundational land art work, ‘A Line made by Walking’ 1967. Art Made by Driving Around Paddocks. Refer Richard Long’s totemic land art ‘A Line made by Walking’ 1967. In Long Run.
Always changing. With spring green the curves fade, kangaroos return. There is Art in the power lines too. With spring green the curves start to fade, kangaroos return. There is Land Art in the power lines too. In Long Run.
dunne dell 1 Dunne-Dell. A quaint installation revived from times past. In Triangle.
waiting 1 Waiting … an interlude of mystery and suspense. In Long Run on the Road to Nimbin.
The Sugar Fence (Front Fence). The Sugar Fence (the actual Front Fence rebuilt in 2013). This segment to be found in Long Run.
Sunset over the valley with power lines – human intervention and nature.