Maya Lin
Maya Lin creates both art and architecture, and this is event in all of her works. Her works are inspired by landscapes and our natural environment. As her website states,
"She peers curiously at the landscape through a twenty-first century lens, merging rational and technological order with notions of beauty and the transcendental. Utilizing technological methods to study and visualize the natural world, Ms. Lin takes micro and macro views of the earth, sonar resonance scans, aerial and satellite mapping devices and translates that information into sculptures, drawings and environmental installations. Her works address how we relate and respond to the environment, and presents new ways of looking at the world around us."
For more of Lin’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Maya Lin
Maya Lin
Maya Lin creates both art and architecture, and this is event in all of her works. Her works are inspired by landscapes and our natural environment. As her website states,
"She peers curiously at the landscape through a twenty-first century lens, merging rational and technological order with notions of beauty and the transcendental. Utilizing technological methods to study and visualize the natural world, Ms. Lin takes micro and macro views of the earth, sonar resonance scans, aerial and satellite mapping devices and translates that information into sculptures, drawings and environmental installations. Her works address how we relate and respond to the environment, and presents new ways of looking at the world around us."
For more of Lin’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Maya Lin

Maya Lin

Maya Lin creates both art and architecture, and this is event in all of her works. Her works are inspired by landscapes and our natural environment. As her website states,

"She peers curiously at the landscape through a twenty-first century lens, merging rational and technological order with notions of beauty and the transcendental. Utilizing technological methods to study and visualize the natural world, Ms. Lin takes micro and macro views of the earth, sonar resonance scans, aerial and satellite mapping devices and translates that information into sculptures, drawings and environmental installations. Her works address how we relate and respond to the environment, and presents new ways of looking at the world around us."

For more of Lin’s work, click here. 

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)

Maya Lin

Maya Lin creates both art and architecture, and this is event in all of her works. Her works are inspired by landscapes and our natural environment. As her website states,

"She peers curiously at the landscape through a twenty-first century lens, merging rational and technological order with notions of beauty and the transcendental. Utilizing technological methods to study and visualize the natural world, Ms. Lin takes micro and macro views of the earth, sonar resonance scans, aerial and satellite mapping devices and translates that information into sculptures, drawings and environmental installations. Her works address how we relate and respond to the environment, and presents new ways of looking at the world around us."

For more of Lin’s work, click here. 

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)





  Posted on November 25, 2012

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