San Guillermo nature reserve will be destroyed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZuIT45-lyc
Posted by aimsumo2012 on March 13, 2012
this reminds me of drawing pics in the sand for our children and those huge drawings carved into the mountains that can only be seen from way above in the sky (i think south america) great work
Posted by adisonidle on June 25, 2011
This series is wonderful! It reminds me of something one of my art teachers bought for me once. A Buddha Board. It's this flat stone-like thing that you "paint" water on. Where the water touches, it turns dark. When it dries, it goes back to the normal color. She told me to draw on it often whenever I get bored. (Though I don't remember exact wording, and don't recall why...) She told me it was to teach me to not be so perfect with my art, since it would not last forever... a few minutes in fact. This series is in sand and will only last so long.... Beautiful work :)
Posted by julce on June 29, 2011
Very good comment. I like very much the reason why your teacher gave you the Buddha Board, because I have been very thorough. This is not the same but is similar, because in a few minutes the waves will disappear drawing. Thanks a million for your comment Adison!!!
Posted by lordtemplar on May 23, 2011
Posted by julce on May 23, 2011
Thank you very much for your positive valuation!!! Much apprecieted!!!
Posted by kimnicholls on May 19, 2011
Hi Julce! This is Soooooo COOL!!!
Posted by julce on May 21, 2011
Thank you my friend!!!
Posted by kiminini on May 15, 2011
this is amazing idea...I really like it!
Posted by julce on May 19, 2011
Im glad you like it. Thanks for visiting!!!
Posted by aartwork on March 04, 2011
I live in great flat field and one my friend make gigantic land-paintings. I would like that you may see his work.
Posted by julce on March 04, 2011
I like to see his work of course. I made a group about this. Your friend is very welcome and you too.