Teams from around the world competed in the International Snow Sculpture Championship in Breckenridge, Colorado. Click for photos!
The Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championships runs from January 20-29. This is its thirtieth anniversary. Sixteen teams, some flying in from remote parts of the world, created art out of twelve-foot high, 25-ton blocks of snow. I stopped by last night to see what they sculpted. Wisconsin artists do know something about snow. Their entry,... Continue Reading →
Breckenridge, Colorado has hosted the International Snow Sculpture Championships since 1990. This year, sixteen teams from around the world chiseled and sculpted huge mounds of snow packed into 20-ton blocks. They had ninety-six hours to complete these magnificent but temporary works of art. No power tools were allowed. I photographed these eye candy sculptures so... Continue Reading →
Last weekend the International Snow Sculpture Championship began in Breckenridge, Colorado. Sculptors from around the world came to compete. They all started with the same block of snow. These were my favorites. Bright colored lights added quite the theatrical dimension. A mighty fist bump. The widow maker. An entry from Breckenridge, Colorado. A... Continue Reading →