Andres Amador is one of the world’s famous artist and if you are in San Francisco and lucky enough, you might come across his brilliant and creative piece of art.
This genius doesn’t paint or sculpt, instead he chose a medium that is temporary but an epic beauty; The Sandy Beach at low tide.
What’s mind boggling is that Amador only used a rake to create a piece of art that is a whopping 100,000 sq. ft. and made with 100% perfection.
Needless-to-say it took endless hours and effort to come up with this masterpiece that has the world blown away.
Even though Andres knew that a tide will soon come and wash away his hard work and this will not last forever, he still had the courage and patience to create this.
Look for yourself:
Andres says, “I love the process more than the result.”
During the whole process, he was well aware that it is temporary.
And while he continues to explore the beach and craft his masterpiece on it, he used a rope that worked as a guide so he knows the geometric patterns.
He was asked WHY was he doing this and he showed us this picture
Andres says, “It is fun. I get to be at the beach.”
People call them lucky when they happen to come across his gigantic masterpiece on the beach since they won’t be there any longer.
And simply by raking up the wet sand at low tide, Andres was able to make contrasting sand colors.
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Also, he teaches others to create these beachscapes. He says he wants to build a professional team.
Andres says, “The tides are low enough for a couple of hours and it is the perfect time for him to quickly start working on his ideas.”
It’s all mesmerizing and I’m blown away with the kind of talent this guy possesses.
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