A rare glimpse at earthscape art
By Staff Writer
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (INTELLIHUB) — Just before low tide and just before it’s coming back is the best time to start working, says earthscape artist Andreas Amador.
Amador uses a simple leaf rake like a brush, making the entire beach his canvas.
“Nothing else is on my mind when I’m doing my artwork”, the artist says. “I’m not attached to pieces once they are created. I can’t hold on to them. There is nothing I can do”, Amador maintains.
Amador says the art makes him feel “joy” and says his art is like making “scientific equations” on the beach.