Hi, I am Fumi! I am a Glass Sand Artist and a creator. Have you ever tried Glass Sand Art? Glass Sand Art has been a popular art and craft in Japan. After I got into Glass Sand Art, I realized how much you can be creative with this art. Just you change the way how to pour the sand using a spoon, you can make many kind of designs of glass sand art. And also you can make many kind of shapes and patterns using a stick. Glass Sand Art is not only fun creative art but also it gives you unforgettable memory! Decorate figures, artificial plant or any your favorite thing on the top of the glass sand art, it become a handmade decor. I have been discovering how to make the patterns with sand, and publishing "How to" video contents on my social media. I hope you would try to make Glass Sand Art with me!
TexSandArt teaches Glass Sand Art, conducts workshops and lessons in person or online. Accepts commissions for custom pieces and a marketing video. Provides DIY lesson videos and kits. Let me know if you would like to try Glass Sand Art!
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Glass Sand Art
Glass Sand Art can be created with simple skills. You do not need to think it is difficult, it is just fun to create it with your favorite clear glass and our colored sand! The point is how to pour colored sand into a glass. By a bamboo stick, spoon or other tools, you can create more variety of patterns. And also you can decorate the top of sand with your favorite figures, flowers and any other item. It can make with basic skills but you can make a creative glass sand art.
Sand Painting Art
Can you imagine drawing pictures with sand? Sand Painting Art is drawn using only colored sand, a spoon and a bamboo skewer - no glue, no tape, or any other materials are used. Simply by using the skewer to shift the sand little by little, we can create shapes and pictures.
We make all of our sand painting art with enthusiasm and precision, working with care. This very unique skill is fun to watch on video and everyone will be surprised by watching a piece go from plain sand to Art.
All custom orders including a video of the making of the piece. Custom orders can be designed with many different options and your imagination. They make a perfect gift for your special someone, family, or close friends.
our colored sand
Special powder sand
ABOUT Phi Long and Vietnamese Master Sand Painting Artist
Do Dang Phi Long was born in 1988 as a normal, healthy child, but at the age of 1, he contracted pneumonia, which led to the loss of his hearing and speech. In 2005, Phi Long, by chance, saw the unique sand paintings of artist, Y Lan. This famous artist’s paintings impressed him so much that he asked her to give him an opportunity to be her apprentice. She accepted, and with a tremendous amount of training and hard work, just a year later, Phi Long became a skilled sand painting artist.
Back in Phan Thiet, Phi Long opened a sand painting school for disabled youth. In 2009, Phi Long opened a more spacious and better-equipped school for the disabled to learn in better conditions. To support his kind-hearted determination, Binh Thuan’s Provincial government granted Phi Long 50 year rights of usage to 500 square meters of land. The number of trainees gradually increased, and from the opening of the first sand painting class until now, Phi Long has trained over 340 people from all over Vietnam.
Currently, the Phi Long Sand Painting Company employs 30 disabled people, including skillful artisans and apprentices. The apprentices are provided with free boarding and food, and receive a monthly stipend that depends on their skill level.
ABOUT Shizuka and Sand Players
Shizuka Ishii is Fumi's Sand Art teacher in Japan. She taught Fumi about the basic skills of Glass Sand Art. Her sand art were shared threw the social media and she showed up on some famous Japanese tv show. Shizuka started her own sand art community "Sand Players" in Tokyo Japan in 2021. You can try making Glass Sand Art at their studio in Tokyo.
ABOUT Makiyo and Excuse Me Dallas
Makiyo is a Japanese influencer. She is operating Blog and some social media. Her Youtube channel " Excuse Me Dallas " that explores the unique food scenes, special events, and culture in Dallas, Texas. She tried our online workshop lesson in 2020! Watch how to make the basic patterns for glass sand art. Audio Japanese / Subtitle English