Andy Goldsworthy is an environmental art photographer from Cheshire, United Kingdom, who makes ephemeral sculptures in the landscape which he then captures in color photographs. 

Goldsworthy’s sculptures are made of natural materials such as twigs, leaves, feathers, and stones. Change in season and weather as well as growth and decay are an integral part of the work, as the artist responds to nature in the state of flux. Goldsworthy will be exhibiting his first solo show at the Haines Gallery in seven years. The exhibit will consist of recent photographs, videos, and a 60-foot meandering sand snake installation. 

Exhibition reception: Haines Gallery is scheduled for June 1st from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  

- Iqvinder Singh