Whether it’s turning a large pile of snow into an epic snow sculpture or making incredible art using snow as your canvas, there are talented people who turn ordinary snow into incredible works of art. Simon Beck is an artist but he doesn’t use paint. Instead, he uses his creativity, his feet, and a field full of snow.
It’s not uncommon for Simon to walk up to 10 hours a day to create his masterpieces in the snow and he knows that they are temporary works of art. Another snowfall or a windy storm and his art are all but disappeared but he knows it’s worth it.
These aren’t “crop circles”. They are intricate pieces of art made in the snow by artist Simon Beck.
Simon walks through the snow with a variety of snowshoes to create his masterpieces.
One single design could take an entire day and miles of walking.
Simon not only needs to walk but also keep his design in mind all the time.
His creations are incredible and a joy to admire.
As beautiful as they are, they are not permanent and will eventually disappear.
These beautiful designs were created in Savoie Valley, France, overlooking Mont Blanc.
Members of the ski resort get to enjoy his remarkable art while riding the gondola lift.
He creates intricate patterns that only get more impressive as you view them from a distance.
He creates amazingly perfect circles by simply walking around in the snow.
Depending on how the sunlight hits the snow, it sometimes creates impressive shimmering effects.
Simon proudly displays his latest work of art.
H/t: Daily Mail
Simon has been creating snow art for over 10 years and he continues to astound. Visit his Facebook page to view some of his latest works of art or order a copy of his book. Please share this incredible snow art created by Simon Beck with your friends and family.