Sand Sculpture Art Work At Its Best
The World Championships in creating sculptures from sand, was closed on 3rd October. The event was held in Washington from September 8 to October 3. Artists from all over the world competed for the title in three categories: solo, duet and team. The winner in solo was Thomas Koeta from Florida for “Whirlwind” and the Sculpture “The distance gives perspective,” won first place in the category of “duet”. Check out these amazing art works after the jump …
Katie Corning, Geoff Strong and Kirk Reydmeyker of the U.S. team are working on a sand sculpture of “open mind”
Artist starts to carve his sculpture. He will cut it for another three days, working for about 8 hours a day
Cut out the face, Helena Bangert from Amsterdam
Spectators watch as Remy Girts from the Netherlands is working on his sculpture “Bountiful Harvest”
“The Missing Link”
Sculptor Sue McGraw from Tacoma, Wash., is working on his creation.
Sculptor Mark Lepir from Quebec is working on her figure, “Crazy.”
“Dream as if you live forever. Live as if you die tomorrow. ”
the team from the United States completes the details on the sculpture “open mind”
Sudarsan Pattnaik working hairdo Barack Obama.
Five minutes before the end of the fourth day of the team members «Team Sand Boxers» hurry to finish the figure
The back side of the sculpture “Bound”
Dan Belcher of St. Louis runs around his sculpture “Icarus II
Joris Krivits from the Netherlands presented the sculpture “Puzzle”
Briton Paul Hoggard made the elephant with the help of technology, which is called “soft clutch.”
a clown had hair on both sides, but on one side of the bird landed, hit the sand.
“Magnetic attraction” was created by Fergus Mulvaney of Ireland.
Uldis Zarins from Latvia made this sculpture titled “It was a bad dream.”
Damon Farmer of Kentucky, made a sculpture “The fact that we have to show.”
Face sculpture “Looking at the negative” Wilfred Stigera from the Netherlands is actually concave, not convex, so it seemed highlighted below.
“Whirlwind” Thomas Koeta from Florida won the first prize in the category of “solo”.
Joe Heng Tan from Singapore spilled out showering his sculpture with a mixture of water with the glue so that it has not collapsed.
Sculpture “The distance gives perspective,” won first place in the category of “duet”.