Jim Denevan and his crew created a large scale artwork on the frozen surface of Lake Baikal, Siberia. The spiral of circles, along a fibonacci curve, grow from an origin of 18″ to several miles in diameter.
The spiral in the Sahara is an giant land art installation (1997) in Egyiptom an isolated desert region near to El Gouna. Also known as Desert Breath known _ A spirál a Szaharában egy hatalmas táj-művészeti alkotás (1997) Egyiptomban egy elszigetelt sivatagi régióban közel El Gouna-hoz. Más néven, mint Desert Breath ismert
Jim Denevan's geometric sand sculptures are made with little more than rakes and sticks and can span miles of North California beaches. The pieces take many hours to create but can often disappear much quicker as the incoming tide gently erases them.