Stan herd used to dress up soil, grass, and rocks to his canvas, on an East-Austin ranch.
(Stan Herd Arts)
Passengers Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Texas this week, also got a glimpse at a crop circle-style works of art, the presidential candidate Beto O’rourke.
Less than a week after the announcement of his 2020 presidential bid, O’rourke, one-time Texas representative, was honored with the two-acre crop of creation.
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The artist, Stan herd, used to dress up soil, grass, and rocks to his “Beto reported 2020” canvas on East Austin ranch, Fox 7. He has done similar to land-portraits of Democratic candidates in the past. Notable among them: one of Barack Obama in 2008.
Herd, a Kansas-based artist, was the earth created art for more than 40 years.
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