Sand Sculptures by Carl Jara. Absolutely Stunning! Wow!!!

 

Carl Jara is an Artist from Cleveland, Ohio. He is a renowned Sand Sculptor, and has received numerous awards both local and international. He garnered a staggering 13 World Championship medals, plus dozens of medals from various competitions. Simply put, he is a world class sand sculptor  — a phenom Artist!

Here are some of his amazing sand sculptures:

Enjoy!

Enchanted Forest

Carl Jara - Enchanted Forest

 

 

Infinity

Carl Jara - infinity

 

 

What Lies Beneath

Carl Jara - What Lies Beneath

 

 

Valkyrie

Carl Jara - valkyrie 2

 

 

Tiger

Carl Jara - Tiger

 

 

Powerless

Carl Jara - powerless- daytime

 

 

Beer Wagon

Carl Jara - Oktoberfest sand sculpture 2

 

 

 Oktoberfest

Carl Jara - oktoberfest final

 

 

NH Morning Bath

 Carl Jara - NH morning bath

 

 

Dazwischen by Carl Jara  & Helena-Bangert

Carl Jara - Helena Bangert - Daswischen

 

 

 Goddess

Carl Jara - goddess -from afar

 

 

 Galapagos / Marine Iguana

Carl Jara - Galapagos Sands

 

 

Daydream

Carl Jara - DayDream

 

 

Consume

Carl Jara - consume

 

 

Calavera del Toro

Carl Jara - Calavera del Toro

 

 

Beowulf

Carl Jara - Beowulf

 

 

Hermit Crab

Carl Jara - Sand Sculpture

 

 

Carl Jara

 

As a kid, Carl attended high school with one single goal in mind — ART — but somehow he struggled to capture its elusive magic. In his biography he writes:

“I went to high school with the sole focus of making art, taking and retaking every art course in the school curriculum. In an act of desperation my teacher sent me to work with the stage crew lead by Tom Morrison; firefighter and President For Life of the International Association of Sand Castle Builders. He took me under his wing, teaching me the basics of both sand sculpting and business.”

 

Then, the rest is history!

 

Images courtesy of Carl Jara, and are published with permission. To see more of his work, please visit his Flickr Photostream.

 

 

 



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