YOU head off to the beach for a holiday, only to find it covered in debris from the South Coast floods. That might be a disappointment for some, but not Kim Goodwin. He turned his two weeks at Umzumbe into a feast of creativity. Goodwin specifically did not want to use wire or any kind of brought-in material. His sculptures were all to be made out of what the sea had brought him — and there was more than enough. By the time he left, one of the pieces, close to the high water mark, had been knocked over by the waves, but the rest were still standing, illustrating both the power of nature that washed the wood on to the beach and the ingenuity of the artist.