This one has been bothering me for a while. A few years ago while driving to Southern Cal along the coast we saw the pictured piece of art on the beach at Gazos Creek. A few days later when we returned it had been demolished. We and several other people who had stopped agreed it was probably a work by Andy Goldsworthy. Do you know anything about this? Do you think your readers might? John Vonderlin
A few years ago Goldsworthy was in San Francisco to give a speech at the Herbst Theater, so it makes sense that he might have taken a ride to the beautiful South Coast. It’s Goldsworthy’s style to “create” temporary art with nature, temporary because he lets nature take it back.