Day 2

Sandfields Beach, SA1






Artists: Patricia McKenna, Marlo Flores, Sara Holden and Dave Marchant


Day 2 of the festival was held at Sandfields Beach, SA1 and was the beginning of a very hot spell of weather, prompting everyone onto the beaches. The recycle eco-band was once again very popular with youngsters practicing their drumming skills, making sea music.

Fixing the mermaid's seaweed hair.

A family work on the tail of the mermaid using collected oyster shells.

The Swans fans were back again - and its another GOAL!

Making and decorating a willow dome shelter was absorbing work for different festival goers.

Sea monsters were created from driftwood.

Inside the dome shelter.

Adding the passenger to the shell boat was hard to do but finished it off just right.


Sample of Participants' comments:

The festival was the highlight of the summer - natural, free and creative. It should be held more often! T. Hall

The artists were excellent with the children and gave them ideas. They definately enjoyed the experience. Mrs. Lewis Evans

It was different and interesting way of spending time together. Parkinson Family

Environmental events like these are very worthwhile. Buckle Family

I felt my cretivity was re-awakened. Peter Parker

The festival is a good way of teaching young people why we need to look after our planet and animals. Martin Gani Family

The festival brings people together. Brian Epps

The festival at Sandfields had been a successful day with lots of participants interested in the concepts and ideas behind the festival. They felt that it was a great way to raise awareness of endangered marine species on our coastline. The next day the festival would be moving to Blackpill Beach.

at The Junction Cafe

The Environment Centre




All Photos by Phil Holden /Copyright Sculpture by the Sea UK 2011

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