Life's a beach for San Franciso artist Andres Amador who creates extraordinary art on the sand only to see it washed away
with the next tide.
His paintings, patterns really, derive from natures organic circuitous, geometric patterns and too from spiritual symbols such as the Triquetra or the Celtic Knot.
Arriving at the beach of his choice before the ocean has fully receeded, he begins his magic, often under a full moon.
His canvases can be up to 30,000 square feet. He works fast and needs to be focused.
Time and tide wait for no man.
Have a look here and here at more of his wonderful works of art.
Your going to the beach experiences
will never be the same again...
Sunday, April 1, 2012
Sand Artist Extraordinaire...
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Oh wow! Beautiful. Defo going to have to pop down the beach later.ReplyDelete
A man is richReplyDelete
in proportion to the number of things
which he can afford
to let alone
Henry David Thoreau
Saw this and thought of you.
Ithink you would be good at this, give it a go.ReplyDelete
Amazing. Certainly outside the square.ReplyDelete