The masterpieces of art created by artist Jon Foreman always captivate readers by their unspeakable beauty. although after being created, these works will soon be destroyed by waves, but the author is always passionate and devoted to shaping.
Jon Foreman, 28, is from the town of Milford Haven, in pembrokeshire, Wales. He is a Land art artist with the sculpt the World project with many impressive modern art styles. among Jon’s notable works , the unique and interesting seaside rock formations are the most interesting.
He collects stones of different sizes, shapes and colors and arranges them into eye-catching shapes, from giant circles, illusory swirls to intricate patterns. Foreman’s works reveal the unique beauty of stone.
The scale of the works is very diverse. some of the creations are massive, covering the entire beach, while many are small and intricate, such as a set of balanced stones, requiring equally meticulous care, care and patience.
On average, Jon Foreman spends 4 hours completing a masterpiece. He started creating with a fleeting idea in mind and without a thorough plan. “sometimes i will have an idaof what i want to try, but very rarely the idea is complete. i don’t know exactly what the final shape will look like until the work gradually appears before my eyes . ” Jon shared.
Like finding comfort in arranging stones, Foreman also finds interest in the unknown. Not knowing exactly what the outcome of the work would be further motivated him to experiment more and explore other possibilities. in fact, it was part of the creative process and proved to be beneficial to her work.
The beaches with pristine paintings are the inspiration for him to work every day.
Jon Foreman creates many different styles of Land art, be it in stone or shells, leaves, inland or on beaches. He even created works using materials such as broken glass, ash and debris.
on said: “people often ask if it makes me sad because the hard work has to eventually disappear. i say: not at all. anything short makes it all the more special to me. i”.
stone folding is not only Jon’s favorite art, but this activity is also a therapy, an escape from the stresses of everyday life. “Everybody knows that going to the beach or being out in nature relieves stress. so it’s basically the ultimate therapy. in our current world there’s so much going on, it’s good to have get away from it all and get into nature,” he said.