all-rock kumbaya

Kenosha, Wisconsin

I think that the rocks and stones of the World Beach Project should get some play during this remarkable week of One Love, One Heart, Let's Get Together and Feel All Right. Don't you?


The World Beach Project, an online gallery of art made by all kinds of people, features stones gathered on beaches from around the globe. The project was devised by artist-in-residence Sue Lawty in association with the Victoria & Albert Museum. Building on the experience many of us have of creating patterns on beaches and shorelines, the WB Project combines "the simplicity of pattern-making with the complexities of shape, size, color, tone, composition, similarity and difference." It is open to anybody, anywhere, of any age.

Have a look. It's gorgeous. And if you want to participate at a beach near you, here are the rules. Yah man.


Southerndown Beach

Pearly Beach, South Western Cape, South Africa


Rio Guadiato, Santa Maria de Trasierra, Córdoba

Between Overstrand and Trimingham

:v&a, world beach project; bob marley, one love, one heart on youtube


Jane Flanagan said...

Beautiful! I so miss living by the seaside.

secretfragileskies said...

your posts are amazing.

Khaled KEM said...

Thanks for your wonderful comment Diane. I find your blog a piece of art, beauty, knowledge and creativity.

I like the work "kumbaya" it has a musical sound..as always your pictures speak loud so that's why you whisper in our ears with few but very precise words.

Susana said...

What a brilliant idea! Love those photos and the concept. Fantastic! Love the Hastings one...

paris parfait said...

What a fabulous project! I saw some of these stones on the beach in Vancouver.

christina said...

This is truly art, in the most beautiful form. ; )


Anonymous said...

What a beautiful idea! Thanks so much for sharing (as always).


belindadelpesco.com said...

Where and how do you find such lovely things?
(I'm so grateful that you do.)
Please keep harvesting.

Cindy said...

I love it! Thanks for sharing.