resource guide is included, which provides background information about
Jessalyn Carpino is an art education student at Northern Arizona University in
Sand Castle Central
There’s nothing like heading to the
beach to create some sand art! Before
you go, visit Sand Castle Central.
Site creator Lucinda Wierenga is a former high-school English teacher who
has been creating artworks in sand for
about thirty years. Known professionally as “Sandy Feet,” she also teaches
the craft from her home in South
Padre Island, Texas.
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Sandcastle Contests is a schedule
of competitions around the world,
including land-locked areas, with photos of contest entries and tips for creating a prize-winning sand sculpture.
Books, Videos, and DVDs links
to Amazon.com, where Sandy Feet’s
own book can be ordered. Online
Resources includes articles about
the history of sand sculpture (it’s a
relatively new art form), links to art-
ist sites, a slide show of submitted
photos, and a sand sculpture refer-
ral service. You can also download
instructions for organizing your own
sand sculpture contest.
Rebecca Arkenberg is a museum consultant from Stratford, Connecticut.