Iron Fish by Roger Lee
There is beauty and power in multiple motifs and grouped objects.
Field Form Box Construction by Lorna Fraser. Ceramic.
Whether they are grouped as a collection on display or whether they form an artwork, they create a visual rythm .....a beat ....an energy.
Vintage Industrial Tarn Spools from Lost Found Art. See here for more amazing collections of vintage objects.
Stoneware discs, detail from Dichotomy of Dirt by Margaret Boozer
Large artwork on the wall by Margaret Boozer
I found Margaret Boozer's work at a wondrous blog I discovered only yesterday. If you don't know Another Shade of Grey you need to make yourself a cuppa and browse. There's lots to see.
Stone Stack by Lissa Hunter.
Lissa Hunter creates many of her amazing pieces by grouping multiple objects in niches within her artworks. Sometimes she incorporates rows of pebbles ....or miniature handwoven baskets ...
....or basketware made from waxed linen thread to look like eggs or pebbles.
Flight by Lissa Hunter. Waxed linen thread, paper cord, paper, paint, lime.
Land Art by Streuwerk. See more of his work at Flickr, here.