sand artists take part in 'largest land art project in the world'
'largest land art project in the world' has started at Brean this
week, with this huge design being created on the beach and at other
sites around the globe.
'Sri Yantra Project' started at Brean on Saturday, where a 400ft
wide Hindu design was crafted into the sand by land artist Julian
Richardson and helpers.
least 15 other artists will also be recreating the same design at
locations around the world in coming days.
organiser Stuart Dike explained: "This superb sacred geometry
has never been created simultaneously around the world by artists
who use the landscape as their palette."
Sri Yantra Land Art Project invited sand and land artists around
the world to join together in creating Sri Yantras on every continent
of the planet."
idea is to offer this symbol with the intent that it may help to
create a harmonising affect and serve humanity in these troubling
added: "This month will be just the start of this project,
and we will support anyone inspired after the main event, to create
their own Sri Yantra."
explained that Sri Yantra is an ancient, sacred geometry "representing
the union of the sacred masculine and sacred feminine energies."
ceremony was also held during Saturday's Brean Sands Sri Yantra,
which included sound, mantra and prayer.
The 400-ft design was created on Brean beach at the weekend by sand
artist Julian Richardson, assisted by Paul Burton, Stuart Dike,
Mirka Stadtruckerova, Kat Kinnie, Chris Watson and Khi Deva plus
others (photos Lesley Curwen)