Satisfying Composition of Beach Stones by ‘Land Artist’ Jon Foreman

“I create using many natural materials but the stone has proven to be the material which I can manipulate best. Be it color, angle, shape, size, placement, spacing,” Jon Foreman shared in an interview with Bored Panda. “Typically, I either start with a rough idea of what I’d like to do or no idea whatsoever! Then I collect what I can carry and start by placing stone by stone, steadily losing myself in the process and disconnecting from the stress of everyday life.” Jon discovered land art in college and luckily living in Pembrokeshire, Wales, he had found an endless source of inspiration and material on the wide coastline near his home. Searching for the stones, from pebbles to giant rocks, Jon usually finds them close to the sea. Everyone who visits those beaches later, end up being pleasantly surprised by the artistic gifts Jon had left behind.

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Land art by Jon Foreman, an artist from Pembrokeshire, Wales.

Therapeutic art

“Typically, I either start with a rough idea of what I’d like to do or no idea whatsoever!”

“Stone by stone, steadily I lose myself in the process and disconnecting from the stress of everyday life.”

“Petalis Aeternus” (2018) – Created at The Yorkshire Show

“Caeruleum Vortex” (2019)

“Sternuus” (2020) – Created at Freshwater West

 

All photo credits: [sculpttheworld] via [boredpanda]