Great art transcends its culture and touches on that which is eternal.” – Madeleine L’Engle Artists – Jon Foreman and James Brunt Artist (IG SculptTheWorld)

Artist Jon Foreman has been leaving beachgoers in awe with his stunning stone arrangements found along the coast. The intricate designs, carefully crafted from a variety of stones and pebbles, have been popping up on beaches throughout the Pacific Northwest and have garnered attention from both locals and tourists alike.

Foreman, who is based in Seattle, has been creating these beautiful stone arrangements for over a decade. He sees them as a way to connect with nature and the surrounding environment. “The beach is my canvas,” Foreman explains. “It’s my way of engaging with the natural world and leaving something beautiful behind.”

Foreman’s stone arrangements come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from small, intricate designs to large, sweeping patterns. Some resemble mandalas, with carefully arranged stones forming intricate, symmetrical patterns. Others are more free-form, with stones arranged in fluid, organic shapes that mimic the flow of the water.

But no matter the design, Foreman’s stone arrangements always have one thing in common: they’re made entirely from natural materials found on the beach. Foreman never brings in any materials from outside sources, instead relying on the stones and pebbles he finds on the beach to create his stunning designs.

“I’m always looking for interesting stones and shapes,” Foreman says. “I’ll spend hours combing the beach, looking for the perfect pebbles to add to my designs.”

And while Foreman’s stone arrangements may only last for a short time before being washed away by the tide, they’ve left a lasting impression on those who have stumbled upon them. Many beachgoers have taken to social media to share photos of Foreman’s designs, expressing their awe and appreciation for the beauty he’s created.

Foreman’s stone arrangements have also inspired others to get creative with the materials they find on the beach. Some have started creating their own stone art, while others have simply taken the time to appreciate the natural beauty that surrounds them.

For Foreman, that’s what it’s all about: inspiring others to connect with nature and find beauty in unexpected places. “I hope my stone arrangements encourage people to slow down and appreciate the world around them,” he says. “There’s so much beauty out there, if you just take the time to look for it.”

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