Land Art By Tanya Preminger Will Make You Lose Your Balance – Design You Trust

Land Art By Tanya Preminger Will Make You Lose Your Balance

Land art piece Round Balance by Tanya Preminger gives a new meaning to playing with earth. The project expresses, in a material form, the philosophical law of life, of the balance between the opposite sides of one entity.

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