International Sand Sculpture festival in Jelgava

International Sand Sculpture festival in Jelgava

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Friday December 27. / 2019

Application to participate in 14th International Sand Sculpture Festival “Summer Signs 2020”.

The International Sand Sculpture Festival in Jelgava is taking place for the 14th year. Every year the festival brings together more than thirty renowned professional sculptors and artists from all over the world. The Festival will be held from 31st of May to 6th of June, 2020. Festival theme - "Da Vinci"

Monday June 10. / 2019

Sand Sculpture park open for all summer

Starting from June 11th the largest Sand sculpture park in Baltics will be open for the whole summer. Visitors are welcome to enjoy large format sand art every day from 10 AM – 8 PM.

Thursday June 6. / 2019

4th competition day – Discover ancient world in Jelgava

On the 8th and 9th of June Jelgava invites to discover the ancient world in 16th unique sand sculptures.

Artists

Oleksiy Poda

Ukraine

Sculpture "Time Values"

Ekaterina Malukhina

Finland

Sculpture "Sacred Harmony"

Agnese Rudzīte-Kirillova

Latvia

Sculpture "Egyptian hierarchy"

Irina Alimurzaeva

Russia

Sculpture "Travel to ancient times"

Andrei Molokov

Russia

Sculpture "Cleopatra"

Zīle Ozoliņa-Šneidere

Latvia

Sculpture "By the power of sword and wind in the sails"

Ivan Fediv

Russia

Sculpture "Cleopatra"

Andrey Kokorin

Russia

Sculpture "Blinded by desire"

Marat Gabdrakhmanov

Kazakhstan

Sculpture "Across ancient sand"

Vidas Simanavičius

Lithuania

Sculpture "Venus of Willendorf"

Maksim Bespalov

Russia

Sculpture "Queen of Lemuria"

Andrey Koshelev

Russia

Sculpture "The first traces of reason"

Munkh-Erdene Tsagaan

Mongolia

Sculpture "Mongolian zither"

Kevin Crawford

USA

Sculpture "Tower of Babel"

Egor Kuklin

Russia

Sculpture "Turn against"

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