Sand Animation–“Sometimes Dreams Do Come True”

It’s Friday Fancies!

Have you ever seen Sand Animation?  These artists use a lightbox and sand to form pictures.  It’s a live performance art, which means the images only last for a moment.  As a writer, it’s hard for me to imagine creating something and then erasing it, but at least it can be captured on video.  Take a look!

Have a great weekend!

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7 comments on “Sand Animation–“Sometimes Dreams Do Come True”

  1. Stacy Green says:

    What a beautiful picture, and no, I’d never heard of this. Very cool! But like you, I can’t imagine creating something and then destroying it.

  2. Hartford says:

    I LOVE these – aren’t they incredible! Always leaves me breathless with awe of the talent people have…simply remarkable. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I love seeing how others create. It’s the same whether I’m in an art museum or a craft show. This was something I’d never seen. How cool! Thanks!

  4. This is the second time you have posted something that is on my list to use as a blog! Great minds think a like! I love your blurb very catchy- throw some blurb magic my way it’s next on ym to-do list. 🙂

    • Really?! Haha. We must be plugged into the same router for the great collective creative genius in the sky.

      Thank you! That blurb took quite a bit of outside help. Find someone to throw it at five or six times, and you’ll hammer out a good one. 🙂

  5. What beautiful art. The second figure just captivated me and then I wanted to cry when she erased part of the work. I’m sure video is nice, but I need to stare! lol.

    That’s fascinating work. Thanks!

  6. Very cool. I’ve never heard of sand animation, but it’s quite intriguing! Simply amazing.

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