Gallery: Evewright Creates Massive Sand Drawings Using the Beach as a C...

Temporary environmental art can come in many different forms, but large-scale sand drawings are among the most captivating. For the past eight years, British artist Evewright executed the Walking Drawings project, in which he used groups of people, a a
 
Temporary environmental art can come in many different forms, but large-scale sand drawings are among the most captivating. For the past eight years, British artist Evewright executed the Walking Drawings project, in which he used groups of people, horses, a rotavator, a rake, and even an old-fashioned tractor to create beautiful patterns in the sand along the coast of England. Last year, Evewright displayed the Walking Drawings: Across the Estuaries exhibition at a gallery in London. Click through our gallery for a closer look at these amazing ephemeral artworks.

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