It's about artists interact with the landscape to create and make artworks.
Dr James Fox takes a journey through six different landscapes across Britain, meeting artists whose work explores our relationship to the natural world.There are two clips which you can view to see if this is the type of art which appeals to you. It certainly appeals to me!
From Andy Goldsworthy's beautiful stone sculptures to James Turrell's extraordinary sky spaces, this is a film about art made out of nature itself.
Featuring spectacular images of landscape and art, James travels from the furthest reaches of the Scottish coast and the farmlands of Cumbria to woods of north Wales.
In each location he marvels at how artists' interactions with the landscape have created a very different kind of modern art - and make us look again at the world around us.
They are James Turrell's Skyspace at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park
|Excerpt - Sky Space by James Turrell at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park|
Cornell University have come up with instructions for how you can sculpt trees to make your own living dome
This is a link to an interview Real Living Art: A Conversation with David Nash by John Grande
Where can I see art in the countryside?
In addition, an interactive map has been created showing you places where you can see art.