I prefer my art outdoors.
Arguably I prefer my art as outdoors.
But when I am trying to relate to people rather than just birds and herbs and soil, I love a sculpture park. Especially where there are pieces made from natural materials; where there is no clear delineation between made art and found art.
And where there are woods.
Charles Jencks' amazing landforms, Cells of Life, illustrate mitosis.
There's so much to find; it's like a treasure hunt.
A sometimes slightly scary treasure hunt.
My favourite is (perhaps predictably) Andy Goldsworthy's Stone House, of which this is some leftover material, forming Stone Coppice.
Tania Kovats' boat house contains
water from a hundred British rivers.
I love the way there are echoes everywhere, and so many shiny things.
You can't always tell what's art and what's not.
(Plus I managed to buy more bloody violas.)