Mangrum draws his impressive work by pouring colored sand out of his hands, he usually draws in a circular geometric form . combined with the colored sand his work resembles traditional buddhist mandalas
He also combines a marine biological design elements to give his work a unique look
The artist writes that his “paintings are influenced by an abundant world of undersea creatures, carnivorous plants emanating electrical impulses,… [and] cross-cultural metaphors from many years of travels around the world.”
His work raises some interesting questions. to the fact they are impermanent and can be blown away overnight , does that make them lose value or gain it ?
Maybe it is us who are over-attached to things that give us fleeting moments of emotion ? is losing such works of art wasteful or sacred ?
From above look his work is mesmerizing
It is easy to see the sea like patterns