I’ve long admired the work of Andy Goldsworthy. The Scottish born environmental artist’s work utilizes natural found materials, often configuring them in pure or mathematic forms. I was interested to learn that Goldsworthy’s photography focuses prominently in his site specific land art and sculpture as a means of documenting transient moments . Temporal changes mark and influence both his permanent and ephemeral work; which is often made with nothing more than his hands and simple found tools, like sticks. This was another first for me, and the experience was sublime.