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Drone captures art and design students sculpting the sands of Tybee

May
4,
2014
Sand Sculpture Award Third Place: "Boat Kraken" by architecture students Evan Kuester, David Harrop and Jonathan Walker.

Drone captures art and design students sculpting the sands of Tybee

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May. 4 2014
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When you're a student at Savannah College of Art and Design, your medium isn't restricted to the traditional and the classroom extends to the ocean.

 

Hundreds of students, alumni and faculty focused their talents on the sands of Tybee Island, Ga. to create SCAD Fine Arts' and Foundation Studies' 2014 parade of sculptures that welcomed summer's arrival and enthralled thousands of winter-weary beach goers. In addition to indulging in the open air studio, each individual entrant or team competed for $5,000 in prizes. The first place winners are:

Sand Sculpture and Alumni’s Choice Award: #4 “Walden”

Chennon Roberts, B.F.A. animation student, Auburn, AL
Josh Beam, B.F.A. illustration student, North Charleston, SC

Sand Castle:  #1 “Ice”

Adrian Tinoco, B.F.A. visual effects student, Key Biscayne, FL
Gian Lombardi, B.F.A. visual effects student, Doral, FL

Sand Relief: #13 “Turtles”

Emily Luking, B.F.A. fibers student, Ellicott City, MD
Raven Brown, B.F.A. fibers student, Marietta, GA
Lydia Hartley, B.F.A. fibers student, Wilmington, NC

Wind Sculpture: #7 “Wing-tipped vortices”

Jamie Niles, B.F.A. painting student, Richmond Hill, GA

Gray’s Reef Best Underwater Creature: #7 “Hermit Crab”

Benjamin Breslow, B.F.A. industrial design student, Platte City, MO
Jeff Dull, B.F.A. industrial design student, Strasburg, PA
Michael Soleo, B.F.A. industrial design student, Lexington Park, MD

35th Anniversary Spirit Award: #7 “35 Years"

Hugo Aguilera, B.F.A., painting, 2011
Will Penny, M.F.A., painting, 2013, B.F.A., painting, 2008

SCAD Castle Award: #4 “Poetter Hall”

Paula Hoffman, professor, foundation studies
Matt Toole, professor, foundation studies


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