Jim Denevan makes temporary drawings on sand earth and ice that are eventually erased by waves and weather. Transforming the beaches of Northern California into expansive but ephemeral works of land art, Jim Denevan prefers a simple piece of wood or a rake, instead of a paintbrush. "When I'm doing a drawing, I'm personifying the place that is empty. A place that is unmarked." states Denevan. Using only a stick and a rake, Denevan's work is monumental in scale but as fleeting as any live performance. The results are awe-inspiring. Be sure to check out more from Jim by visiting his Official Website here