The beach art is an ephemeral art, which is to draw on the wet sand at low tide. It can be practiced on small or large surfaces. Beaches often offer a beautiful space, so I opted for the second option.
It is possible to draw on the beach with what is at hand, including the pieces of wood that can sometimes border the beach. However, the most suitable tools because it allows another to the filling is the rake.
A rudimentary art, therefore, derived from land art, where it rubs nature, playing with the elements. Every day a new canvas with which the artist makes body to make eyes sparkle walkers.
I discovered the beach art through my Internet navigation via the work of other artists and I practice now since March 2014. My experience in sand sculpture or snow sculpture allowed me to quickly become comfortable this new discipline, which quickly became a passion. Beyond the pleasure of the finished work, the creative process in nature has also become a need, like a desire to reconnect.