Circles in the Sand is dedicated to the path of the labyrinth as a tool for
meditation, transformation and healing.  
Circles in the Sand
Public Draw Support
© 2017 Circles in the Sand All Rights Reserved
Denny Dyke - Labyrinth Artist
Christine Moehring - Detail Artist
Pamela Hansen - Photography
The Circles Group
The first Dream Field labyrinth was drawn in September 2014 and only two
people walked it that day..  During one hundred walkable art Draws in 2015
and 2016 ten thousand pairs of feet walked the sandy path with us.

All donations are to support the public artistic work of Circles in the Sand for
the 2017
including our Summer Season with 28 Draws scheduled.
Donate now!
Circles in the Sand is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service
organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Circles in the Sand must be made
payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Thank you for your support ~ See you on the Sand
Foundations, Corporations, Government Agencies or Other Institutional Grantors

Circles in the Sand is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization.
Fractured Atlas will receive grants for the purposes of Circles in the Sand, provide oversight to
ensure that grant funds are used in accordance with grant agreements, and provide reports as
required by the grantor. Contributions for the purposes of Circles in the Sand must be made
payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Contact us for more information ~ circles@onepath.us
We are seeking :
Support to continue year round regularly scheduled expansive ephemeral walkable art
installations in the form of Dream Field Labyrinths (field of multiple labyrinths connected by a
single path) on Oregon public beaches.
What we are about :
Labyrinth awareness and education for meditation, transformation, healing, peace.
Easing Social Tensions that benefit communities.
Environmental concerns for Oceans and Beaches.
Photographic documentation of ephemeral art.