Posts Tagged ‘Hanlan’s Point’

2010 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculpture – July 26

My playmate’s bear – he was huge.  I experimented with fingertip texturing for his fur

2010 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculpture – July 25

The day I forgot my spraybottle – but I guess she was wet enough and didn’t need it

2010 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculpture – July 24

She was adorable, had her own bed.  We found her a headboard for her bed – better than the ‘Don’t Pay a Cent’ deal offered by Leon’s.

2010 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculpture – July 21

Male fisted may be a tough subject for some ,much fun for others. The piece ended up quite sensual.

Groomers who respect the art on the beach… YEAH! – it’s so nice to see the pieces during the decomposition stages, it adds character to the beach.  Thanks groomers!

2010 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculpture – July 20


Freddy was a fun project, I was fortunate to have 4 other children to play in the sand with.

2010 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculpture – July 18

Barrie is one of the kindest souls on the beach, and to recognize him – I asked what he would like as a sculpture and he said the hippo ‘it’s my favorite animal and they always have a bird companion’

This is the result

2010 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculpture – July 15

helmutt and jr was challenging as there were many rocks involved in this project.  I collected 5 buckets of rocks on the shore to complete the back of helmutt.  Helmutt’s little face lights up and he looks alive – I think they are a great addition to Hanlan’s

Now if only I could convince the city worker who maintains the beach to let them live for a couple days.

2010 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculptures – July 11 & 12

Slick was a request from one of the regular beach bums.  Slick was life size but was destroyed in the morning by the tractor that clears the beach.

Alexandra was made on a platform and carved away.

2010 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculptures

I’ve met and interacted with so many wonderful people.  Amidst all the chaos in the city, Hanlan’s provides us with a theraputic escape.  I would like to thank all the people who’ve commented on my work and the website so far.

I do this to beautify the beach and peoples lives.  Peace and respect for all those with good intentions.

It’s been wonderful to see people participating with the art on the beach.   Stimulating a little creativity – people beautifying the world a little bit.

The simplicity of a bucket, a plastic knife and a sprayer can make beautiful work… although not everyone has 5 hours (or the patience) to sit on the beach like me.

It’s great to create positive energy.

Here’s what I’ve done throughout this lovely summer of 2010

2009 Summer – Hanlan’s Point Sculptures

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