“Simon Beck is inspired by any fresh blanket of snow, and produces his intricate masterpieces by jogging through deep powder on snowshoes.
His canvas is as vast as the Alps because it is the Alps, and his primary tools are a vivid imagination, a compass, and a pair of snowshoes.
Beck, who this week released a book titled “Simon Beck: Snow Art,” has been honing this unusual craft for about 10 years. Working mostly at night with a headlamp, he generally produces about 30 snow drawings a year.”
His work is so stunning. Calls to mind other Environmental Art that naturally dissolves or disappears over time. Love the ephemeral aspect of these artists’ creations; it’s so in alignment with the constant flux of nature. The only constant is change.
Can’t wait for winter sports!