ST. JOHN, New Brunswick -- Even with tides in Canada's Bay of Fundy shifting up and down about 28 feet twice daily, surfing artist Sean Yoro recently managed to complete an incredible, constantly changing mural.
"It was really challenging to adapt to the tide changes, from the dangerous rip currents to the quick rate of rising and dropping water levels, averaging 1 foot every 15 minutes," Yoro told CNN.
Yoro's painting of an enormous woman who appears to be drowning in the incoming tide should last at least two to three months, he said, depending on how fast algae, sunlight and salt degrade his nontoxic paints. Under excellent conditions, though, it may last two years.
The artist said the city of St. John reached out to him to complete the mural after seeing his artwork in other locations like Puglia, Italy, and West Palm Beach, Florida.
Find more of his artwork on Yoro's Instagram page here.