"Land art conceptual origins not to be confused with Environmental Art which has social cultural implications. Earth Art is the most all encompassing term - can include earlier and later versions. Eco-art is in scale, more attuned to site and ecology" John H. Grande/2011

"Earth Art, also known as "Ephemeral Art", is an exciting genre of art that has grown out of the contemporary world's growing environmental consciousness. Art is created using natural elements - earth, stone, trees, plants, even ice, to create an art form that dialogues with nature."
  • John K. Grande, Ephemeral Art Curator/2014


  • ECOART  CALENDAREarth Art 2014 Exhibition Royal Botanical Gardens/CanadaJohn K. Grande/Ecological Art REVIEW
    ECOLOGICAL ART REVIEW Special EditionECOLOGICAL ART REVIEW/STATEMENTS 2013Ephemeral Art/Earth Art Exhibition/2008 Curated by John K. Grande
    "What is Environmental Art?" by Rosi Lister"ECOART MOBILES" ShowsProbing the Earth: Contemporary Land Projects/Book Huggers August 2014 Selection
    NANCY HOLT (1938-2014)FIFTH SEASON MAGAZINE/Ecological Art REVIEW July 2014 issueJanet Biggs BIACI 2014
    BOOK HUGGERS September 2013 SelectionLAND AND ENVIRONMENTAL ART/Book Huggers September 2013 SelectionEARTHWORKS/EARTH ART Exhibit  2008/Royal Botanical Gardens, Ontario, Canada
    SMART Project Space 2008 Discussion (excerpts) Smart Project Space/NEWS 2008Smart Project Space/Field Work- Part 3/Exhibition "COALESCE: HAPPENSTANCE" curated by Paul O'Neill
    AESTHETICS OF TRANSIENCY/Ecological Art REVIEW/Ecological Aesthetics/Mind_Nature/ARTECOLOGICAL  ART/COMBINED ARTECOARTPEDIA Digital Ecological Art Library