It is true that when I go out to the beaches, I often try things out. Either I have a little idea in mind or sometimes I have to improvise completely. On the Côte Sauvage beach that day, I had an idea, but it was not very structured. Basically, I visualized sound waves, but for the form that was the big question once on site. So I set out to create a kind of rounded sticks one behind the other whose size evolves like a spectrum of sound waves. The second big question was that of the filling and in order not to give a too flat impression of this new fresco on the beach, I alternated filling and patterns. The installation of the wave required a lot of time and energy, I would have liked to go on either side of the sandbank, but not convinced of the final result and tired, I abdicate. This sea effect painting will remain above all a test. Maybe one day a bright idea will emerge to improve this essay.