Wednesday, July 06, 2011

What can a bottle, a funnel and some sand of different colors make?


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Sand art is the creation of different colored particles of sand in a bottle and these creations are stunning to say the least. Whilst I'm not that keen on buying a sand art bottle, I do appreciate the work and time involved in creating these decorative and colorful sand art bottles.


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#4 The art inside the bottle is a sight of sunrise or sunset in desert life with mountains, camels and birds.


#5 Multi-colored sands.

Sand art originated in the city of Petra in Jordan during the early 20th century. Today very few sand artists have attained the level of mastery of artists from Jordan.


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#7 The only tool used in this art is a funnel. Different colored sands passed through a thin funnel to make intricate designs inside the bottle.

The amount of time it takes as well as the amount of passion that goes into making these pieces of art is incredible.

The finished results appear ornate, detailed and distinctive!


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42 comments

Mariuca said... @ 7/7/11 12:08 AM

:-D :-D

Mariuca said... @ 7/7/11 12:09 AM

Wah so pretty! :* :* :*

Mariuca said... @ 7/7/11 12:10 AM

I don't mind buying a bottle of sand art simply because it's so colourful and pretty! Where to put? Just chuck it somewhere inside my home-office la hahahhaha... =-X =-X :-D :-D :-D :-D

Mariuca said... @ 7/7/11 12:11 AM

Obviously I would never be able to make a sand art bottle... :'( :'( takde talent takde kreativiti ooops! :-[ :-[ ;) ;)

Ane said... @ 7/7/11 12:16 AM

Wow!

Ane said... @ 7/7/11 12:17 AM

Now I know what souvenir I'm going home with if and when I make it to Malaysia! :)

Ane said... @ 7/7/11 12:22 AM

It's amazing how people can be so patient and work on stuff like this, I know I wouldn't have the patience.. :P It's a good thing I'm not creative.. :P LOL

Bluedreamer said... @ 7/7/11 12:34 AM

sooo cute... the last time i saw an art like this was in a talent show here in the Philippines :)

Bluedreamer said... @ 7/7/11 12:36 AM

they are absolutely masterpiece...
I have seen a show teaching how to make sand art like this... very interesting

Bluedreamer said... @ 7/7/11 12:38 AM

yup... this is a perfect souvenir and a perfect giveaways too yay! :-D :-D

Jean said... @ 7/7/11 1:18 AM

wow, they are gorgeous!!! :-D :-D

Jean said... @ 7/7/11 1:22 AM

i still dun understand how he make the sand stay at their respective places... =-O =-X

Jean said... @ 7/7/11 1:23 AM

yeah, i wouldn't buy the sand bottle simply because i've no place to put them. :)

bingkee said... @ 7/7/11 6:06 AM

I love this....esp. works of art. The sand art bottles look beautiful. I wanna have them. I had seen them here also in our trips and I bought about 2 of them and gave them as gifts. I should have bought one for myself.

foongpc said... @ 7/7/11 1:36 PM

They look really beautiful! How much does one bottle cost averagely?

foongpc said... @ 7/7/11 1:36 PM

What happens if I accidentally pour some of the sand out? The design gone?

foongpc said... @ 7/7/11 1:37 PM

Where did you find this sand art stall? Looks like in a shopping complex?

fyzal said... @ 7/7/11 4:39 PM

this is seriously creative. plus they are full with colors. interesting.

Bella Enveeus said... @ 7/7/11 6:23 PM

Ohhh where is this sweetie? The last time I bought my bottle (with my name written with sand) was at Shah Alam donkey years ago.. I don't seem to come across shops or people doing this around Kl.. :)

Bella Enveeus said... @ 7/7/11 6:23 PM

I think this requires lots of patience and a steady arm.. Coz once you put in the sand, cannot fix already..

Caroline Ng May Ling said... @ 8/7/11 1:05 PM

8-) 8-) 8-)

Caroline Ng May Ling said... @ 8/7/11 1:06 PM

wow!! look so nice!! :D

Caroline Ng May Ling said... @ 8/7/11 1:07 PM

seems like not an easy task to do in order to get the nice one! =-O =-O =-O

Caroline Ng May Ling said... @ 8/7/11 1:07 PM

colorful sands! i like it! :-D :-D

iamthewitch said... @ 8/7/11 3:06 PM

love these sand arts! So pretty and exquisite! I definitely won't have the patience to do this :P

LadyJava said... @ 9/7/11 2:24 PM

oh wow.. so beautiful.. how much per bottle.. i dont dont getting one also.. so unique lahh!

Anonymous said... @ 10/7/11 2:09 AM

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The Twerp and I said... @ 10/7/11 7:50 AM

They're beautiful! It must really take a lot of patience to make. It must be very expensive? I'd love to have one though.

Tekkaus said... @ 10/7/11 5:37 PM

OMG! He is one hell of a magician. :D

Tekkaus said... @ 10/7/11 5:39 PM

He is a genius...how can a mere mortal do this? Are you sure he is even human? Or he is...the sand man? :D

Tekkaus said... @ 10/7/11 5:40 PM

Honestly...I am fascinated with this artistry...hopefully I can make this one day. :D

Life Ramblings said... @ 11/7/11 10:30 PM

wow, they are so colourful and eye-popping. lovely artwork.

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:14 AM

:-D :-D Mariuca!

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:23 AM

very pretty indeed! :* :* :*

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:29 AM

hahahhaha yeah it can be a great addition to your home-office! :-D :-D

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:30 AM

hehe same here la.. :-[ :-[

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 12:30 AM

Ane! :-D :-D

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 1:10 AM

hehe yes this is a wonderful souvenir to take home with you back! :)

Monica said... @ 12/7/11 1:19 AM

LOL! I definitely wouldn't have the patience for this.. :-P :-P

virus said... @ 24/11/11 3:13 AM

can i noe where is the place sand art ...
=-O

Ahmed AlShaib said... @ 15/11/12 12:13 PM

Hello everyone,
Thank you Monica for posting these picture and thanks to everyone for your comments. My name is Ahmed AlShaib and I am still making these sand bottles in Central Market, Malaysia ground floor outside on Art Street near Uncle Wah's restaurant.

This is my FaceBook page:
https://www.facebook.com/aalshaeb
sandmaster73@yahoo.com

You're always welcome to stop by and I'll show you how I create this art.

YusGito said... @ 1/6/13 7:06 AM

Karya seni yang luar biasa.Baru pertama kali saya menyaksikan art seperti ini.Sewaktu saya bersama keluarga berkunjung ke KL,kami memesan beberapa buah karya seninya Tuan Achmad.
Selamat berkarya Tuan Achmad.
Wassalamu'alaikum wr wb,
Yusuf

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