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  • Deniz Sakmarli

    Why just walk in the snow when you can draw at the same time? Artist Sonja Hinrichsen created these stunning large scale snow circle patterns. Five people took three hours to make the temporary art at Rabbit Ears Pass, Steamboat, Colorado.

  • Megan Brothers Green

    This breathtaking snow art taken at Rabbit Ears Pass, Colorado was created by San Francisco-based artist Sonja Hinrichsen.

  • Beverly Hart

    Crop circles? Forget 'em. Why destroy agriculture when there's plenty of snow to be had? Sonja Hinrichsen, an artist visiting Steamboat Springs from San Francisco, helped create "Snow Drawings" earlier this month on Rabbit Ears Pass. The unique spirals were imprinted into the snow by 10 volunteers on snowshoes. Steamboat Today adds the work is designed to be impermanent, reflecting "beauty at the whim of Mother Nature."

  • Hanne G.

    land art by sonja hinrichsen.

  • Sarah Vandagriff

    #SonjaHinrichsen’s snow drawings

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Amazing Sand Drawings on California Beaches by Jim Denevan | DeMilked

American sand artist Jim Denevan (born 1961) spends hours to create the most beautiful and probably the most impermanent drawings on the North California beaches. A surfer, and a self-taught chef creates his huge geometric sand sculptures freehand with a length of driftwood during the period of low tide.

San Francisco-area based landscape artist and explorer Andres Amador creates incredible large-scale sand drawings using only a rake and some help from volunteers. “My dream is to do my artwork in locations around the world and to bring more people into the creative act with me,” says the artist. It’s amazing how many hours are spent creating something so large yet absolutely impermanent as these beach drawings. Amador is also doing beach painting workshops, and according to his website the art