The mask also points to how early Smithson came to the main motif of his most famous work, the “Spiral Jetty” earthwork from 1970.
The face was formed of large slabs of stone, piled one upon another, backed by a considerable thickness of earthwork.
Along the brow of this hill upon which we are standing was an earthwork.
Of earthwork there is but little; of works of art, such as viaducts and tunnels, commonly none.
A part of the earthwork can still be seen in the garden of a Hockingport residence.
"Bloody Mary" flung two over his head and one into his earthwork, but he paid no attention to her protests.
From the fuss it was apparent that the abattis and earthwork had succumbed.
It is chiefly in masonry and earthwork that stability of friction is relied on.
He had hardly done it before they were under the parapet of the earthwork.
Flashboy stole all the spades, and entrenched himself in an earthwork, which the other side stormed.