Amroth Beach, Pembrokeshire

Wednesday, 29th August 2007

Artists: Tina-Marie Cunningham, Tina Lewis, Colin Lewis, Sara Holden and Jo Steadman

Perfect sunny weather again greeted the artists and visitors to Amroth Beach on our second day. A giant dinosaur was created on the vast expanse of still wet sand by Tina Lewis and her team, whose imaginations were fired by ancient timelines at Amroth.

Stegasoros by Tina Lewis and young lads


People of all ages and cultures made sculptures all along the beach.

Make your own maze - Pebbles outline an ancient design

Young children and parents helped Tina Cunningham to make a Cretan Maze or Shepards Race with and continued to use it well after the festival has finished.

Jo Steadman and participants achieve a perfect balance.

Pebble Pendulum



The wet sand at Amroth was perfect for creating this Octopus. By Colin Lewis and Team.




Young girl putting last touches to a sun dial or sun wheel.

A young boy finishing off the sea background of dolphin relief.

By Sara Holden and helpers.

Anomonite spiral with different materials for each section.

A long line of pebbles linking up this end of the beach with the next section further down was the last artwork to be created this day. The artists caught a glimpse of where they would be working the next day. Tired but elated at how people had embraced the festival, they took a last look at the beautiful sculptures about to be washed away.


Thank you to all our sponsors

Amroth Castle Holiday Park

All photos Copyright Sculpture by the Sea UK/Cerflun ar lan y Mor 2007

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