Sand artist creates breathtaking designs that can only be understood aerially
American sand artist Jim Denevan creates exceptional art through geometrical designs that need to be viewed aerially to understand the idea behind them. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
American sand artist Jim Denevan creates exceptional art through geometrical designs that need to be viewed aerially to understand the idea behind them. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
The art close to beaches is best viewed aerially to understand their meaning. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
The art close to beaches is best viewed aerially to understand their meaning. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
Artist Jim Denevan is a different kind of sand artist who uses three dimensional and an aerial view for his art to speak. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
Artist Jim Denevan is a different kind of sand artist who uses three dimensional and an aerial view for his art to speak. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
He also uses lights in his art to illuminate his art in the night. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
He also uses lights in his art to illuminate his art in the night. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
His photos are often also intricate geometrical patterns that are inspired by impressionism. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
His photos are often also intricate geometrical patterns that are inspired by impressionism. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
This piece of art called 'Single Line Spiral' is done by going around 138 times. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
This piece of art called 'Single Line Spiral' is done by going around 138 times. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
Denevan uses art with geometry to create three dimensional masterpieces that would amuse any art lover. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
Denevan uses art with geometry to create three dimensional masterpieces that would amuse any art lover. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
The artist uses sand along with other equipment like sticks and rake to make the art more realistic. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)
The artist uses sand along with other equipment like sticks and rake to make the art more realistic. (Photo: Facebook/JimDenevan)