ART through MEDITATION with THE ELEMENTS
Large scale intuitive sculptural drawings in Sand,
representing all the Elements:
Sage (Fire and Air) and Water Meditation
are turned into contemporary fine art installations
for every inspired Heart and space.
We ship globally & offer personalized sessions via livestream for our clients outside of California.
In The News
We are donating five Intuitive Sand Drawing sessions towards raising medical funds for our very own Nicole Saari, a young musician and mother.
If you would like to be one of the #LuckyFive, here is the link to share your contribution.
Please indicate that your donation is for "Cansu Bulgu Intuitive Sand Drawing" and leave your contact information so that we may contact to schedule your session.
Details are at the end of the article in the above link. (Photos by Genie Davis)
"Cansu Bulgu is an award winning visionary artist and a published photographer.
She is also an interpreneur™, cartoonist, writer, poet and mentor.
Cansu currently creates pioneering large-scale contemporary fine art and
architectural mixed new media installations
using Sand as her primary medium,
following her signature multi-layered creative process with the Elements and
Meditation from inception to completion.
Cansu travels to the specific beach location globally to create this unique art and
offers video live streaming of the drawing sessions for her international clients and clients outside of California.
She has always been fascinated by Life, Light and the topic of Consciousness."
Spiritual Sand Art ∞ Contemporary Fine Art
May we all rise in Love, in our own inner Wisdom and in Peace.
Thank you Indian Wells Arts Festival judges for awarding
"Rise" (40x60") from the series titled "Opening"
Third Place in Mixed Media 3D category! ~ April 2017
"Eye of Oneness" from the series titled "New Light" was published in local Laguna newspapers including Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot and Laguna Beach Independent ~ October 2015
"Awe" from the series titled "Rising Awareness" was awarded First Place by Siri Kaur, Professor at Otis College of Design in Los Angeles, CA ~ January 2016