This new Beach Art project in a way is the beginning of a new era in the construction of my designs. A drawing on the sand that I had prepared on paper a few months ago and that was for the first time appear textures to give more relief to creation.
A beautiful sunny morning pre-season, a relatively high tide and the deserted beach of Nauzan in Vaux-Sur-Mer would then become my playing field.
It took no less than 3:30 to make this particular Beach Art because of a very compact sand on this beach and full of small shells clinging to rake. There will be a lot of elbow grease to have an adequate contrast, but the end result is well up to my expectations.
This circle with textures is 60m in diameter and will remain a few hours to the delight of passers on the ledge before the tide comes in.