Absolutely. A lot of artists make earth art that interacts with nature in a different way, like Andy Goldsworthy, Robert Smithson, and Walter De Maria. Photographers like Edward Burtynsky and Ansel Adams each have very unique ways of capturing landscape, but both are very much influenced by nature. Writers like Robert Frost, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Emily Dickinson were inspired by nature and it comes across clearly in their work. There is without a doubt a special relationship between art and nature, and each artist interprets that relationship in their own way.
Of course! Nature is very inspiring, not only because of its grand colors and lines, but also because of a certain ambience it possesses. Nature seems free of social rules and structures, and so, freeing to the artistic spirit. Countless artists have attempted to capture nature’s imagery and spirit. The Hudson River School, which painted landscapes in America, comes to mind, as does John James Audubon who painted birds across America. Also notable, transcendentalist writer Henry David Thoreau encouraged others to immerse themselves in nature. I think there’s also something universal about nature, which is why it’s often a literary symbol, including in novels such as Toni Morrison’s Beloved and Kate Chopin’s The Awakening.
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