Here are 13 amazing sculptures made only of grass! Quite intricately sculpted, must see sculptures! Includes sculptures from elephants to giraffes to even unicorns!
Among interesting mix of rare and ornamental trees in Bute Park, Wales, this mud beast was spotted. Maybe this mud mound is a warthog? Whatever this mud and grass sculpture is supposed to represent, it's weird, wild, and somehow still wonderful.
At the garden show, it was written that "The Dreaming Girl bears witness to the soporific effects of color, scent, texture, birdsong, water, and reflective light." After the show, this sculpture was purchased by Olivia Harrison, widow of George Harrison, and now has a permanent home in a large Victorian garden at Harrison House in Henley-on-Thames, UK.
Men grass sculpture at Museum Beelden aan Zee in Scheveningen by Wim Quist architects.
Part of the sculpture are a human torso emerging from the ground and an arm outstretched in front. A tree grows in the middle of its palm. It portrays our relationship with the environment. "We are from the earth and in contemporary society we seemingly hold its future in our hands."
If you have ever visited an art gallery and felt assailed by the "don't touch" signs, then Lucy Strachan's work is for you. Her outdoor sculptures cry out to be touched - or even stroked and hugged, something the artist herself encourages. “Spinning Top” was Lucy's first grass work.
This stunning living sculpture was at the heart of the garden during the 2006 Chelsea Flower Show in London, UK. The Dreaming Girl is a mud and grass sculpture also created by Pete and Sue Hill. This sister to Mud Maid was placed in the Garden of Dreams.
Cool and creative Formula 1 car grass figure