San Francisco is known for being an artistically creative city. From huge museums such as the De Young Fine Arts Museum to beautiful street art and off the wall museums like the Cartoon Art Museum, its obvious San Francisco has a big appreciation for art.
Lately a new kind of art has been popping up around San Francisco, sand art! Artist Andre Amador is making quiet an impression with his geometrically influenced drawings on San Francisco beaches.
Originally inspired by crop circles in Europe, with just a garden rake and a stick, Amador creates temporary works of art on the sand canvas. The scale and geometry of his art is very impressive: Because Andre Amador is using such a temporary medium he can create messages for people or take requests:
Travel to San Francisco, and hopefully you can catch some of his Andre Amadors art before the tide washes it away.