Walton-on-the-Naze Sculpture Trail

sand,seaWe need you to Adopt an Artist!

St-art is organising Walton-on-the-Naze’s first sculpture trail; Sand, Sea and Sculpture on the 31st August 2013.

Sculptures will be placed along Walton’s seafront to surprise visitor and residence – reflecting their environment and celebrating sea-sideness!

As many of you will know, August 31st has the lowest tide throughout the year making it the best day for our event. In this seaside event artists interested will be able to display their sculptures in this unique setting and along with that, artists and craftspeople will also be able to sell their work on stalls which will be placed along the wontdrinkpromenade.

Artists and Craftspeople who would like to be part of the trail or have a stall please send ideas and C.V to Stella (details below).

Alongside the sculpture trail and art stalls, there will also be a sand sculpture competition held, anyone can join in and there will be a professional on hand to give advise and inspiration!

They are also really keen for beach-hut owners to adopt a sculpture of their choice to take care of for the day, they won’t need to do much just keep an eye on them, should the weather become a problem. If any beach hut owners are keen to get involved please contact: Stella Eldon on 01206 501410 or email; st-art2000@hotmail.com

WindbreakSo far St-art have around ten sculptures and many artists who will also be selling smaller works along the promenade – They would love to have more works to exhibit, so any artist eager to apply, please do so!

 

 

Posted by Amy Moylan

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