Artist Recreates Van Gogh’s Painting, “Olive Trees” In A 1.2 Acre Land Using Plants – Unbelievable…

Art can be done in any form and way. Many famous artists have done art in the form painting such as Vincent van Gogh. Van Gogh did the famous “Olive Trees” painting in 1899. But, recently, an artist named Stan Herd created a version of his own; doing it using plants and using fields as the canvas.

Stan’s amazing work is situated in a 1.2-acre land in Minneapolis where the Minneapolis Institute of Art commissioned him to do.

Here are some photos of Stan Herd’s fascinating recreation of Van Gogh’s famous painting, “Olive Trees” using plants and a field.






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