Andres Amador doesn’t paint or sculpt. He prefers a medium that is temporary but absolutely beautiful: a sandy beach at low tide. He uses a rake to create works of art that can be bigger than 100,000 sq. ft. He spends hours and hours creating these intricate masterpieces, knowing that the tide will soon come in and wash away his work. One dude with some understanding of the power of impermanence; the Buddhist notion that all of conditioned existence, without exception, is in a constant state of flux.