Taking ground as canvas, artist Stan Herd spent 6 months transforming a 1.2-acre field into Van Gogh’s 1889 Painting “Olive Trees” in Minneapolis near the Minneapolis airport. Commissioned by the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the artist used local plants like oats, squash, gourd and melon and spent six months on mowing, digging, planting to create this amazingly outdoor art pieces.
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