The sculptural work of Marcus Maria Jung embodies the ancient and sacred relationship between the human spirit and the natural world. Today, preserving the quality of the natural world has taken on an urgency of monumental proportion and forms a crucible for the human condition.

Jung’s work explores issue’s of environmental & social justice. Frequent themes include sacred geography & ecology, human rights and earth based ritual, indigenous wisdom traditions, and the role of ancient archetypes in the formation of human identity.

Jung’s sculpture and installations bridge the tradition of Land Art from the 1960-70’s, known in the works of Andy Goldsworthy, David Nash and Richard Long, with the spiritual consciousness of the 21st century. At the forefront of an emerging art movement defined by some as the Eco-Arts movement and by others Neo-Spiritualism, Marcus Maria Jung is part of a new wave of artists and creatives dedicated to healing the planet through artistic practices.
— Gianna Carotenuto, Ph.D., Professor of Art History