If you came across some incredible art work in the sand on Hampton Beach this past weekend, chances it was the handy work of Sebastian "Subby" Privitera.

Hampton Beach - "Official" via Facebook
Hampton Beach - "Official" via Facebook

These photos were shared on the Hampton Beach "Official" Facebook group and generated 3.500 likes, hundreds of comments, and was shared over 650 times. So what is Subby's story? How did he decide that sand art was his favorite form of artistic expression?

Subby told News Center Maine that his hobby of creating sand art all started when he went to the beach with his family a few years ago. He's not a "lay around in the sun all day" kind of guy, he likes to stay busy and work with his hands! He started making sand castles with his kids and as time went on they got more and more elaborate.

Subby describes creating sand art as is therapeutic and healing. He uses a rake as his paint brush and the sand as his canvas. With the smell of the ocean and the sun on his back, it sure beats your typical art studio!

Subby is incredibly humble and told the news station that anyone could do what he does and that it's not hard to do. Clearly Subby has not seen my attempt at making a sand castle because it is a sad state of affairs.

Subby's love and talent for sand art has blossomed into a successful business. He holds private workshops where he can teach your friends his sand sculpting tips and tricks.

Also if you want to propose to your significant other with a message in the sand, Subby can do that for you!

Want to proclaim your undying love for someone in the sand for all the world to see? Subby can do that too!

Check out his full list of services and more of his work on his website.

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