“Andres Amador is a San Francisco-based artist. His artwork can span over 100,000 feet, achievable only during low tide. With tight time constraints and big goals, he is posed with the question: ‘How does one create from within that which one is creating?’ Exploring this concept of self-creation has brought Andres to investigate natural and human-devised systems of structure and growth.His artworks do not last long- within minutes of finishing a piece, and often while still in progress, the returning tide begins resetting the canvas. This provides an opportunity to reflect upon the nature of impermanence, serving as a reminder that the act of joyous creation is its own reward. His ultimate desire with displaying the artwork is to bring a sense of wonder and immediacy to the viewer.”
I wish I can see his art work one day.
He’s ‘performing’ it regularly in San Francisco since 2004 till now!
Check out his website for more: http://www.andresamadorarts.com
"What Will You Leave Behind?" is an exhibition by Nino Sarabutra in which he fills the gallery floor with more than 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls and invites you to walk on them. The premise behind the exhibition is about exploring the idea of death in contrast with our connection to a living, physical world.
This is sooooooooooooooooooo cute!
CREATIVE DAD TAKES CRAZY PHOTO FOR TWO DAUGHTERS.