|photo: Jonathan Clark|
I was at this beach doing a project for Epson a couple of days prior and saw the rare state of the beach- wet sand going to the wall and sand the entire stretch of beach. That is generally not the case. I had never walked on the beach at the bottom of the photo- it is mostly rocks and water, and usually the beach at the top is underwater. So I knew I had to come back to take advantage of the space and perfection of the beach.
This piece was made using a new technique that allows me to create large even lines and effectively work with helpers. It was quite an effort, and I'm amazed my helpers stuck it out to the very end.