Beach Art Workshops At Horseshoe Bay Beach

March 24, 2015

A handful of sand sculpting enthusiasts braved Saturday’s [March 21] rain to learn tips and techniques from the Beach Art Festival‘s guest beach artist Tony Plant, from Cornwall, England.

With the weather clearing just in time for the workshop’s 3.00pm start, everyone in attendance was able to learn from the experienced beach artist.

Beach Art Workshop Attendees

Beach Art Workshop

Three more workshops are scheduled for Horseshoe Bay Beach on March 24, 25, and 26 from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. All workshops, as well as the event itself, are free to attend.

Beach art will be created between 9.00am and 12.00pm on the day of the Festival, Saturday, March 28, with the day’s 2.00pm high tide promising to leave no trace of the beach art.

Nicky Gurret’s artwork on the beach at workshop

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The day’s events will culminate in a presentation and prize giving ceremony at the Seabreeze Terrace, overlooking Elbow Beach, at 6.00pm.

A spokesperson said, “The Beach Art Festival is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, our pristine beaches and the wonderful creativity and beauty of beach art.”

Tony Plant on Horseshoe

Tony Plant

“The Bermuda Beach Art Festival is a family and community cultural event and is very eco-friendly. We are very grateful for this year’s Beach Art Festival sponsors ACE and FIL.”

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  1. Mockingjay says:

    Guest beach artist today
    PRC tomorrow.

    • CJ says:

      Unlike you Mockingay: Idiot today & tomorrow.

    • Jim says:

      Or maybe steal one of your women..Spouse of Bermudian lol

  2. somuchless says:

    Nice work.

  3. ivory tower says:

    Looks awesome!

  4. Triangle Drifter says:

    Some nice work there. Saw some on a Hawkins Island beach Sunday.

  5. Ty says:

    @mockingjay – so does that mean that one of your women are soon to be a PRC…

  6. Impressive says:

    i see nursery school is in session today and the childish comments are the lesson today smh