While some artists attempt to create art that will last decades or even centuries, artist
From mesmerizing spirals to mandalas to abstract designs, Foreman draws a variety of patterns in the sand, some of which span up to 50 meters (about 164 feet) across. The act of making these laborious works of art is as therapeutic as their vulnerability. Since each piece is ephemeral and will eventually succumb to different elements like weather, tide, and people, Foreman is able to focus his energy on the creative process and live in the moment.
Many of these sprawling drawings are made up as the artist is working. He finds endless inspiration in the majestic beauty of the Wales coastline and feels as though his art is a collaboration with nature itself. “The beaches here are truly exceptional and there are so many,” he
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Wales-based land artist Jon Foreman creates mesmerizing land art on sandy beaches.
He draws spirals, mandalas, and abstract designs onto the shore even though they will eventually be wiped away by the ocean.