Desert drawing by Jim Denevan. Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA. Photo: Peter Hinson/Jim DenevanPeter Donnelly Sand Art Video Sand Dancer featuring sand artist Peter Donnelly by Valerie Reid Force Five Films Sand Art by Peter Donnelly
Sand Art by Andres Amador
Andres Amador has been producing sand art on Ocean Beach in San Francisco for five years and has completed more than 100 pieces. Here are just a few of his cool creations.
Sand Art Video
This is cool. Video of an artist using sand to create cool pictures.
Cool Sand Sculptures A collection of some of the coolest sand sculptures from around the world. Home Simpson Sand Sculpture Amazing Sand Animation Video Sand Animation by Ksenia Simonowa from Ukraine. Really really cool! Sand under the microscope Sand is an art form in itself. When you take a moonlit stroll on the beach, how often do you think about the tiny grains of sand creeping in between your toes? From above, sand seems like a bunch of tiny brown rocks, perhaps peppered with occasional shells or cigarette butts. But sand has a far more fascinating story to tell. Composed of the remnants of volcanic explosions, eroded mountains, dead organisms, and even degraded man-made structures, sand can reveal the history—both biological and geologic—of a local environment. And examined closely enough, as the scientist and artist Gary Greenberg has, sand can reveal spectacular colors, shapes, and textures.