This is a sculpture from the 2013 World Sand Sculpting Competition in Atlantic City NJ.
From the late 1800's to 1943 Atlantic city was host to numerous professional sand sculptors made a fair living entertaining the huge crowds with their spectacular creations that lined the famed Atlantic City Boardwalk. Sand sculptors continued to entertain crowds in Atlantic City through the thirtys and early Forties. Unfortunately, after several decades of these successful exhibitions, a handful of con artists took advantage of the huge crowds these sculptures generated and caused a pick pocket panic frenzy that lead to the outlawing of sand sculpting exhibitions on the Atlantic City Boardwalk in 1944. This law is actually still on the books to this...
About the Artist - Tom Gari Gallery-Three-Photography
It seems like a have always had a camera. My first camera was an old brownie my Grandfather gave me whe I was 5. In High school I took a few photography cl;asses and continued taking class when I went away to college. There I started photographing parties, banquets, sporting events, and portraits. After college I spent time doing freelance and working in a camera store. I did soem work for Rockpile magazine, Indianapoliss 500 and artist portfolios. Recently I have been working on natural portraits, engagement photography as wellas Fine art photography. My wife and I love to travel the back roads of the East Coast and discover the hidden gems Americ a has to offer. We are always looking for someplace new, to see and experience new...
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