Andres Amador-A Beach Artist with Stunning Artworks

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Andres Amador-A Beach Artist with Stunning Artworks

The extraordinary artworks of a painter Andres Amador (San Francisco, California) who painted in the sand beach media, for the painting area by Andres Amador can reach 30,000 m2.

Every artist must have their own media to show their extraordinary work. But the art media chosen by Andreas Amador is very unique and different from most other artists. Instead of using canvas to paint, Amador chooses beachside sand as his medium of painting. You can certainly imagine how broad Amador's media is for painting.

The extraordinary works of a painter, Andres Amador (San Francisco, California) who painted in the sand beach media, for the painting area by Andres Amador can reach 30,000 m2.

Yes, with this very large media, Amador also produces many works of art with this very special and amazing beach sand. Here are some of Amador's beautiful works, who are interested in trying it too?

Well, for Andres Amador, the beach is a giant canvas that is very pleasant to paint on it. Only by using a wooden fork and rope, Andres can make amazing geometric paintings on the beach sand with a "wow" scale.

Until now he has made hundreds of interesting works of art enshrined through photographs.

When creating his art, Andres can spend hours creating patterns and "coloring his paintings" by combining wet and dry sand. But when the waves rise, this extraordinary work of art will be swept away by the waves. Why did Andres want to do this (struggling to make it just swept away by the waves)?

Andres did it with excitement as if he was a child who was full of curiosity to explore and draw on the sand beach, he never cared about the results of his creation which was eventually lost by the waves.

The wisdom, he can find various ways to make patterns, apply them to the next pattern, then get new methods, new knowledge, and new patterns, then apply them again, then find new knowledge again, and so on.

That is, when we want to create something extraordinary, in addition to imagination to give birth to ideas, creativity to develop ideas, we are required to "love" what we do, plus never give up. As the wise say: Love what you do, don't just do what you like.

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" My dream is to do my artwork in locations around the world and to bring more people into the creative act with me,.I only enjoy the process of making rather than the results of his own work. If this can inspire others, what I want to convey is that the path taken is more important than the purpose of the trip itself," said the man who was educated in environmental science but then the profession he was working on as a computer technician.

He became interested in ancient geometric art after studying the reconstruction of crop circles. geometric which he learned by drawing in the sand with a stick. After brainstorming, he managed to create a very large design in the sand. The first creation was in 2004 at Ocean Beach in San Francisco.

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Source: twistedsifter.com

More info, inquiry, and follow:

– Andres Amador: Official Site
– Prints available: ArtWanted.com
– Postcards available: AndresAmadorArts.com
– Andres on Facebook

All Images source: andresamadorarts

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