Monday, December 5, 2016

           The head Hypocrates emerges from the sand at the Glendi Greek Festival Adelaide

The finished sculpture "HYPOCRATES "the father of medicine

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Small Spartan soldier head. Greek festival St. Paraskevi Brisbane

The great thing about this small one is that it could be moved indoors on the platform it was sitting on.     
I created one for a school trivia night which has been resting in a classroom for three years!
Practicing faces

Horse with hinged wings

The most relaxing sculptures are the smallest ones

Penguin with back pack. The shark in the background I carved from the sand left standing from the destroyed horse.

Carving random shapes and curves are so soothing.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

April 2016 Stradbroke Island, Frill Neck lizard

By that afternoon the detail had been dissolved by the wind.

Created to inspire children from Young Presidents Organization

Children and parents creating in sand.

2016 Port Noarlunga near Adelaide. 25 tonnes of sand.

My task was to create a herd of Wildebeest.

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Another Christmas Theme .The Strand Coolangatta

This one was a collaborate effort with master sculptor Jino

Jino sculpted the faces and I finish off bodies etc.

My Pile at the Sandsculpting Championship 2016 Surfers Paradise

We had to choose a  Dreamworks character  , I chose Donkey from Shrek

Donkey dancing outside Shrek's house
which is built under an old tree stump.

The mice