2011 30th Annual Sand Sculpture Contest
The 30th Annual Sand Sculpture Contest at Drakes Beach was once again well attended with a 61 sculptures entered. Thousands of participants and observers showed up to enjoy an overcast, mild day at the beach.
If you notice any errors in sculpture or artist names, or if you have digital images of the missing photos listed below, please contact us.
Missing and Unidentified Photos
Unfortunately, we didn't get photographs of all of the sculptures, and not all of the contestants provided us with the names of their sculptures. If you have a photo of any of the sand sculptures listed below, if you know the identity of any of the Unidentified Sculptures, or if you have a photo of "Octomom" with the children located at the end of each tentacle, please contact us. Thank you.
2011 Sand Sculpture Award Results
Adult/Family Group Category
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