Circles in the Sand

Labyrinth artist, Denny Dyke first created Circles in the Sand for his own walking meditations.  He soon became fascinated with the ocean and the ever-changing sand.  After three years and hundreds of labyrinths later, the first Dreamfield Labyrinth was created in September 2014.

The path of the first Dreamfield meandered through seven spirals and returned near the entrance.  Today the Dreamfields have grown larger with a path meandering through a much larger pattern.  Always with one path, no dead ends or no wrong turns and returning home.  A true labyrinth experience on the sand.

~ See you on the Sand ~

Circles in the Sand today

The Circles Draw team creates walkable ephemeral art in the form of labyrinths on the beach.  2020 starts the 6th season on the sand at Face Rock Viewpoint in Bandon, Oregon with over 40 Draws on the public schedule.  Everyone is welcome to walk the sandy path and there is no charge for these public Draws.   

The Draw team starts with a blank canvas of sand and then creates a beautiful work of art for all to enjoy.  Every pattern has a single path with no wrong turns or dead ends, that spirals and meanders throughout the entire Dreamfield returning near the entrance.

We appreciate everyone who helps us to support our public work through sponsorship and donations.  Special thanks to our Platinum Team Sponsors ~ Bandon Inn and Wild Rivers Coast Alliance.

© Circles in the Sand 2020