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Sand Painting by Andres Amador.

Wild Art: Revealing Today's Most Eye-Popping Artworks

San Francisco-area based landscape artist Andres Amador creates amazing large-scale sand paintings on beaches using only a rake and some help from volunteers.

"Sand Drawings" - Jamie Harkins è un'artista neozelandese che, insieme ai suoi colleghi David Rendu e Constanza Nightingale, si diverte a trasformare le spiagge in disegni divertenti che ingannano la profondità. La sua arte ha un carattere del tutto effimero, infatti le sue opere vengono cancellate durante la notte #orizzontenergia #landart

A series of illusions drawn in the beach sand of Mount Maunganui, New Zealand by Constanza Tagini Nightingale, Jamie Harkins, and David Rendu of Sand Drawings.

Illusioni ottiche sulla sabbia. Vi lasceranno a bocca aperta. #art #sea

Forget Sand Castles, These Sand Drawings Just Upped The Stakes For Beach Art

The International Sand Sculpture Festival in Rohrschach, Switzerland, offers carvers a chance to create their art in a park along picturesque lake Bodensee with the Swiss Alps not far away.

The International Sand Sculpture Festival in Rohrschach, Switzerland, offers carvers a chance to create their art in a park along picturesque lake Bodensee with the Swiss Alps not far away.

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Sand Drawing - Jamie Harkins (New Zealand), Constanza Nightingale (Chile) David Rendu (France)

Jamie Harkins (de Nueva Zelanda), Constanza Nightingale (Chile) y David Rendu (Francia) son los artistas que han dado lugar a estas obras. Dos pintores y un escultor, Arte efímero y Anamorfosis en las playas de Mt. Maunganui, Nueva Zelanda.

Ben Harkins transforms a beach into alternate realities by creating art. Harkins explained the motivation behind his artwork in an interview with The New Zealand Herald: "We've seen other people doing

"Human Debris is a commentary on what humans leave in the natural landscape. Through building of site-specific sculptures assembled out of harvested debris collected from the beach Jeremy Underwood spotlights the environmental condition of Houston’s waterways. Each found material lends itself to a new creation, encompassing the former life of the debris into each sculpture..."

Human Debris

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