Hand made Rainbow Vision Sand Art Picture that you can hang on the wall! With each turn, the sand will fall in a different pattern creating new and unique landscapes.
Available Sizes & Pricing:
Small - 13.2" x 8.8" x 1" = $74.95
Medium - 16.5" x 11.4" x 1" = $124.95
Large - 22.5" x 16.5" x 1.5" = $599.95
X-Large - 26" x 18.1" x 1.5" = $799.95
Each Aurora Borealis Sand Art Picture is handmade by Klaus Bosch, a native Austrian. Klaus (aka: Sandman) is known as the master of moving sand pictures worldwide. He has been making the Rainbow Vision Sand Picture since 1988.
The idea of moving sand pictures was born in the early sixties when a couple of art students in California made a research project on kinetic art. One of their outcomes was the sand picture! In the Eighties, Klaus Bosch strove to find an art technique that would permit him to express his feelings of an ever changing world and a friend introduced the sand picture to him. From that point forward Klaus began to create his own sand art using the sand picture techniques and he continues to make some of the greatest sand art that we've ever seen.
Each Sand Art Picture comes with wall mount hardware that allows you to rotate your Sand Art Picture with ease!
100% Recommend this product (4 of 4 responses)
Perfect for my home office - relaxing and constantly producing different beautiful views!
July 25, 2020
Love it - within arms reach and I rotate it a few times a day to get different patterns - all unique and many quite stunning. I've even taken pictures of a few, I liked them so much!
January 2, 2019
My son loved the sand art I gave him for Christmas. It was a huge hit and everyone wants one for Christmas next year!
ConsThe one I purchased doesn't have a stand. That was a disappointment. My husband made some wooden feet that worked perfectly.
Bay Area, California
July 1, 2018
Excellent piece. Beautiful photograph in background, and one can get lost watching the sand float down.
Beautiful work of art!
August 26, 2017
Mesmerizing. A quality purchase for my son. He loved it.
from Hayward, CA asked:
November 25, 2018
On the Medium Aurora Borealis,,,I get that it's only a wall mount, but do they sell the table mount gadget in a larger size? Or maybe a slotted stand? Just not sure where to hang and watch it. Thanks.
Also on another subject. I've added several items to cart, but will have several shipping addresses. Can I do that at check out or place separate orders? And do you gift wrap?
We do indeed sell a table top mount for the Medium Sand Art. Please contact us directly at 877-548-3387 to order this component.
For each separate shipping address, a separate order must be placed. We do not offer gift wrapping services. Thank you for your inquiry!
on November 26, 2018
from Vermont asked:
November 23, 2018
What is the frame made of ?
The frame is made of Ayous wood, from an African tree, grown in farms in Cameroon. Thank you for your inquiry!
on November 26, 2018
from San Francisco, CA asked:
June 19, 2017
It says it comes with a wall mount only, yet your answer to one question also says it comes with a table mount. Is this correct? and is there somewhere on the side for the table mount to connect?
The Sand Art Picture - Aurora Borealis in the "Small size" includes both the Wall mount and Small Table Stand. The Medium, Large and X-Large models include the wall mount only. The table stand is a simple single prong stand that allows the picture to rest upright. Thank you for your inquiry!
on June 20, 2017
from Texas asked:
January 8, 2017
Is the table swivel mount sold separate since its not shown? Also, how does it attach to the picture on the side?
There is a table top stand included with the Sand Art Picture.
on January 9, 2017
from Media, Pa asked:
December 6, 2016
Can this be placed on a table or bureau and still be rotated showing different display of sand?
Yes, the Aurora Borealis By Klaus Bosch is designed to be mounted to the wall and features a swivel Mount for rotating. The sand art can be flipped over in order to create a different display of sand. Thank you for your inquiry!
on December 7, 2016