These simple maple curtains appeal to me.
Maple curtain by Paco Orti. Click to go to website
Ken Unsworth's stone circle series
River stones suspended on wires
They feel sacred and mysterious
Stone Circle by Ken Unsworth.
Detail of Stone Circle by Ken Unsworth. See video here
Stephen H Kawai creates mobiles from natural elements.
"Many have the impression that creating them is an exact science involving precise weighing and calculation. Nothing could be further from the truth. They sometimes turn out more or less as planned or, in other instances, unforeseen realities necessitate constant reassessment. They can be products of pure improvisation or they may be carefully designed." - Stephen Kawai
Natural mobile by Stephen H Kawai. See website here
"The objects, or what I term "elements", which make up a mobile are chosen with great care since they are not produced by the artist. Each is a sculpture in itself, having been created by the universe, and much of the joy in creating mobiles is a certain degree of control in arranging such elements in three dimensions. " - Stephen Hawai
Mobile by Stephen Kawai. Website here.
We've a man nest by Gareth Wynne Fitzpatrick. See more images here.
Gareth Wynne Fitzpatrick suspended himself from the gallery ceiling and proceeded to weave an enormous nest, entitled "We've a man nest".
Man sized nest by Porky Hefer. See website here
Fellow South African, Porky Hefer, is making quite a name for himself designing magnificent nests big enough to house humans. They are woven from natural materials in much the same way as a weaver bird weaves his nest.
Ruth Asawa. (Photo by Rachael Ashe on Flickr). See many beautiful images on Flickriver here.
Installation with suspended tree roots by Guiseppe Licari. See more here