He Heads To The Beach With A Rake, And When He's Finished... WOW!
February 8, 2014
Andre Amador doesn't use a paint brush to create his masterpieces. He designs incredible beach murals using a rake to etch designs onto the sand during the low tide.
Raking exposes the wetter sand, causing a color difference between the raked and unraked sand.
For the geometric designs he uses a rope as a compass. the rest is geometry in motion.
The entire artwork seems to 'exist' as its own entity.
He enjoys wowing people with his creations, and bringing wonder and beauty into the world.
It generally takes him about 2 hours for each mural
He understands it's going to wash away forever, and let's it go.
For Andre the energy is in the act of creation.
Because in the end our lives are about the experiences we've had, not the things we have held on to.
Most of his beach art is in Northern California.
He has done commissions and installations for businesses and individuals across the United States and Europe.
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