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Andy Goldsworthy is an artist. He makes sculptures out of natural materials.
He likes to work with materials such as stones, seaweed, ice, berries, leaves, feathers, grass, clay and snow.
Andy Goldsworthy comes from Britain. He has worked in many places around the world.
He does not use glue or nails or pins. He attaches his work together using dew and thorns.
Andy Goldsworthy likes to work outside. He cant take his work with him so he always takes a photograph of his sculptures.
Andy Goldsworthy is an environmentalist and makes sure that he doesnt harm the environment in any way.
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