in motion kinetic sand pictures a new picture with every turn
Medium 7"x 12"
7" x 9"
ES212L Large 9"x 12"
Art In Motion
A New Picture With Every Turn
Moving Sand Pictures Summer Turquoise liquid with black sand, green sands from South America, four types of white sands and a hint of fine sea foam green glitter. The double strength glass is framed with a quality cherry wood frame. Air bubbles hold up the sand creating unique scenes with every turn, pictures may take from just minutes to many hours to finish a scene. The black sand is heavier than the white sands so the sands will never mix. Some of the sands are transparent and some opaque giving the pictures a 3-D effect.
Cherry Wood Sand Art
take you on an endless journey where dancing colors playfully create images that are as endless as your imagination! We offer kaleidoscopes that
are artfully handcrafted
even build you on
kaleidoscope kits (for the kid in
all of us).
Art In Motion
A New Picture With Every Turn Like the ocean waves on sandy beaches, sand art gives a new image of beauty and imagination with every turn. William Tabar is the original creator of the sand pictures, beginning in 1985 in Salt Lake City Utah. William is still making the wonderful sand art pictures but now in Park City Utah. These handcrafted designs that combine time, gravity, matter and motion to form fascinating ever-changing works of art. This new and improved design will certainly please millions of all ages. These wonderful sand pictures ascend into oceans, beach, mountains, glacier, lake and deserts scenes. They soothe the psyche while they stimulate the imagination. Each handcrafted sand picture has selection exotic sands from around the world. Black sands from Africa’s coast, white sands from Caribbean beaches, green sand from south America, and coral pink sand from southern Utah. A quality knotty alder wood frame seals a highly guarded non-toxic solution. Specifically styled for home or office and will adapt to any décor. Eclectic Treasure is pleased of offer this fun and unique gift by William Tabar.