Ephemeral sculptures by G. Augustine Lynas
Originally published by St. Martin’s Press, Sandsong captures the work of G. augustine Lynas, well-known as a master sand sculptor for more than 50 years. For Lynas, sculpting in sand on public beaches is a performance art involving interaction with observers as they watch the creation and demise of works intentionally built at the edge of the sea. Almost always created in the natural environment, the sculptures in Sandsong emphasize the need for us to protect the delicate balance of our basic elements; earth, air, water and fire. The book features more than and 3000 words that describe the philosophy behind this unusual artistic expression.
Soft cover, 11” X 8 3/8”
112 pages, 100 B/W & color photos, $15.00