It takes a good bit of skill in order to arrange small items like rocks in a design that looks amazing when you see the big picture. A man used rocks to create a picture in an empty field that is mesmerizing and astonishing.
The man went to a field in Minnesota to arrange the rocks. This piece of art is something that is an expression of how the man perceives beauty. No two pieces of art that are created are the same, making art a subject that is unique. Some people have used pieces of trash to make pictures while others have used pieces of food.
There are some who can create a 3D image on a sidewalk that looks like it’s real. This man, Stan Herd, has created art with flowers, rocks and other items in fields for some time. Each creation seems to be larger than the one before. In 1981, he created a portrait in a prairie in Kansas.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art asked him to make a replica of “Olive Trees” by Van Gogh. Before creating the replica, Herd made the plans on paper. The canvas was a little over a mile in a Minnesota field.
It took over six months to complete the picture. There were some obstacles as well that included the weather, deer eating some of the plants and simply waiting on plants to grow.