An Art of our Time
Mary Carroll Nelson

Since the late 1970s, crop circles have been appearing in grain fields all across the globe, but especially in Southern England. These large graphic designs are created through the contrast between the light-catching, flattened grain, swirled to the ground, and the darker grain left standing in the fields. The beauty of the art can be seen in its entirety from the air, and such space-filling, dynamic patterns are evidence that creative, intelligent CircleMakers are intentionally marking the Earth. But why they do it and who they are remain mysteries. In Crop Circles, Mary Nelson speculates on possible answers to these questions.


Date: July
Trim Size: 8.75 x 8.75
Page Count: 128 pages [illustrations]
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-934491-00-3