The environmental artist and photographer Martin Hill, working with his longtime collaborator Philippa Jones, created scuptures that “metaphorically express concerns for the interconnectedness of all living systems.”  They specifically use circles to reflect the cycle of life, and the need to design and produce products within a closed loop following the cradle-to-cradle methodology by William McDonough.

Ephemeral Environmental Sculptures Evoke Cycles of Nature

For over 20 years environmental artist and photographer Martin Hill has been creating temporary sculptures from ice, stone, and organic materials that reflect nature’s cyclical system.