The tendency to make formal contributions to the natural environments that deteriorated after the Industrial Revolution is developing, curative and solution-oriented. With these environmental contributions, artists consider nature a living creature, not a thing, and communicate with it accordingly. The aim here is to emphasize the importance of simple and natural arrangements rather than the efforts to change the nature. Since the 1960s, with the change of basic concerns and expectations about sculpture, alternative techniques and materials have been used in painting and sculpture. Instead of bronze, artists have worked with natural materials and trash. On top of everything, artwork is a designed thing. Artwork is not being aesthetic by itself. For instance, a rock on the road is not an art but if a rock is in the museum, it turns into an artwork with its colour and texture.These artistic efforts make the nature meaningful. A plain and hardly recognized object has won value with art. These artistic efforts make environment meaningful, which at the same time is a symbol of precautions taken against the damage on the nature.