Every piece of art is rare. After all, all art is an expression of its creator, and no two people are completely alike.
Yet what makes some pieces truly unique art is when an artist uses a creative medium to make it.
For instance, some render masterpieces out of trash, like this imaginative artist who made a beautiful American flag out of bottle caps. Others create food art, performance art, and even plant art.
Artist Stan Herd, for instance, has been using grass, dirt, flowers, and other vegetation to create art on large fields for decades.
It all began in 1981 when he physically carved an amazing 160-acre portrait of the Kiowa Indian chief Satanta, into a Kansas prairie.
He has crafted dozens of what he calls “earthworks” since, and his latest piece is the most impressive by far.
He was commissioned by the Minneapolis Institute of Art to create a replica of Van Gogh’s Olive Trees, which is something so spectacular you just have to see it to believe it…
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