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Creating A Large-Scale Rendition Of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Olive Trees” By Planting A 1.2-Acre Field

Artist Stan Herd creates a large-scale rendition of Vincent van Gogh’s “Olive Trees” for the Minneapolis Institute of Arts’ 100th anniversary celebration. Completely composed of plants, rocks and dirt. He has been doing that for years by using fields as his canvas..

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