Art

Outside Art –

“The Earth does not belong to us, we belong to the earth.”

Creating art outside in nature is so balancing. I love to take walks and pause to create art out of natural debris and litter. Here is some of my recent work.

 

outside art by Leah Oviedo
“Seaweed Sunrise” natural art by Leah Oviedo

 

"Google Eyes" litter art by Leah Oiedo
“Google Eyes” trash monster by Leah Oviedo

"Peaceful Paths" litter art by Leah Oviedo
“Peaceful Paths” litter art by Leah Oviedo

 

After I make art out of trash I throw it away in a container. This makes the activity both fun and environmentally friendly.

What do you think?

Have you ever made temporary art outside?

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New Art: Turning Litter Into Love

Sometimes I see litter on our beautiful planet and just walk on by feeling disgusted and disappointed, but most of the time Iook for a trash receptacle or bag to pick it up. I live my life as much as possible by the syaing, “The Earth does not belong to us, we belong to the earth.”

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When I saw these candy wrappers I just couldn’t resist. I had to turn this litter into love.

Creating art outside in nature is so balancing. I love to take walks in the park and stop to create art out of leaves, flowers, pine cones, rocks, twigs or even litter. I become so absorbed in the process that I rarely notice when someone has stopped out of curiosity to watch me.

What do you think?

Have you ever made temporary art outside?

See more of my art at Zazzle.com/OviedoStyle