Travel Expert Stephanie Abrams Visits Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Festival 2015

Album Description: The International Sand Sculpting Festival 2015 at Revere Beach, Massachusetts is an amazing event. Plan now to be in the are in 2016 so you don't miss the next one! Sculptors came from all over the globe. They were from Florida to Vancouver, BC, Canada, from Australia, Mexico, The Netherlands, and so many more wonderful places and they came together to make this event spectacular! You can see more photos and commentary at my blog at and I hope you'll stop by! The works of temporary art are created along the point where the beach meets a very wide promenade so that you don't have to walk on the beach if you don't want to to see the works. It also means that you can see this attraction while walking with your dog who will be welcome on a leash on the sidewalk but not welcome on the beach.

Proof of that statement is found in the photos of Maggie McGee, our English Springer Spaniel whose photos lie herein and in a separate album devoted to Traveling Paws Revere Beach.
The artistic coordinator of the event also participated in creating the Centerpiece for the show and, with her partner/husband created a company called, "Sanding Ovations" which is based in Tampa, Florida. The Centerpiece honors the history of the city of Boston and its title is located on the sculpture.

The event generally starts 5 to 7 days before the judging of the works of art and people turn out to watch and document the progress the artists. The photos in this album were taken the day before the judging so most artists were very far along in creating their entry.

If you have any questions, put Ask Stephanie into the SEARCH box above and post them for me! I'll be happy to respond to you or have someone involved in the event get back to you.

A close-up of the detail of a portion of the Centerpiece at the Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Festival 2015. You can hear an interview with one of the...
A close-up detail of the Centerpiece of the Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival 2015 honoring the history and spirit of Boston.
Look at the detail in this sand sculpture headdress!
Note the detail on this face and the unique shell headdress in which it is embedded.
Centerpiece at 2015 sand sculpting festival at Revere Beach, MA honoring the history and the spirit of Boston.
I commented that this artist looks like his work has been influenced by Mexican artist Sergio Bustamante and then I saw the sign that indicated he is...
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Travel Expert Stephanie Abrams visits Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival 2015 in Massachusetts.
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