Art comes in so many forms and land artist Jon Foreman is an artist that expresses his talent in a very unique way. He arranges stones in very stunning patterns and formations on the beach. He calls it ‘Sculpts of the World’ and it usually surprises beachgoers. He says the process of creating these patterns is therapy to him. He told My Modern Met, “The simple act of placing stone upon stone in the sand is very therapeutic. I’m sure we all enjoy a walk on the beach but this process I find to be more immersive; being there in nature, losing myself in the work, having left behind all the stresses of day-to-day life.”
His art revolves around finding everything from tiny pebbles to large rocks near the sea and then turning it into mesmerizing arrangements that never cease to amaze beachgoers.
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He lives in Pembrokeshire, Wales, which has a very impressive coastline. He says he usually plans on spending about 4 hours on average to create his work and he usually doesn’t start with any kind of planning.