Art in the sand. You'll never see the beaches the same way.
by Diogo Neto 1:52 PM 0 comments
Andres Amador is an artist whose canvas is the beaches of San Francisco. To remove the sand creations without avail more resources than a rake, creates enormous ephemeral works.
For Andrew, his art is like a mandala "what matters is the process, not the outcome". His art is ephemeral, only to realize it uses geometric annotations made on the land. The reasons vary from one use to the other works. It may take a whole day to do it.
With Rake, has the effect of contrast on the sand. Bask in removing the sand to create images as beautiful as this, to sabienda soon the tide will take forever. We would love to walk by one of these beaches.
He likes to make simple and minimalist drawings. But also complicated geometric shapes.
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