Jim Denevan creates temporary drawings on sand, earth and ice that are eventually erased by waves and weather. His latest ‘drawing’ in the Nevada desert took four men 15 days to complete. Visible from 40,000 feet in the air and measuring in at just over three miles in diameter it is the largest single artwork in history. Read more about this colossal work of art or visit Denevan’s site here.
All that work, to get washed away.
Wassily Kandinsky. Several Circles. 1926. Oil on canvas. 140 x 140 cm. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, USA. (via Olga’s Gallery)