Imagine if the art you spent hours making was destroyed soon after completion. For 44-year-old San Francisco-based artist Andres Amador, who creates sand-paintings up to 100,000 square feet (~35,000 sqmt) in size, this is a reality.
I travel the world with the rake to find perfect places, low tide beaches to leave an ephemeral and poetic vision.
Living close to the sea, I use low tide beaches as street artists would use the walls. With a rake, I make sand drawings, sometimes optical and visual, searching for simple beauty, sometimes broadcasting a message which may be explicit and...
Public sand art on beautiful beaches has been done before by many, but we've never seen anything quite like this before! Jamie Harkins, a talented artist and musician from New Zealand, has been keeping busy creating fun optical illusions and 3D...