Sun, Sand and Spin

Whipsiderry Beach, Newquay. 0.7m tide allows a few hours of drawing before the push.
July 2012

For over 20 years Tony Plant has made work to be washed away. His works are as simple as coloured water, a track through snow, or a group of painted rocks – left to nature and passersby. These Guerrilla style installations, above and below the tidal zones of some of the most exposed coastal locations in the land, are purely ephemeral, and may be gone within a few waves, a tide or a storm, deliberately made to disappear.

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