Snow sculptures - everyone gets very creative

Monday, February 15, 2021

The snow was unusual in the amount that fell but also that it was perfect for creating sculptures. Here are some of the photos we received.

A neighborhood group in Lake Forest Park created a cartoon sprite who has been featured in two animated movies - one in Japan and one at Disney - Totoro.


Tortoro
Photo courtesy Sally Yamasaki

Tortoro and artists
Photo courtesy Sally Yamasaki

And now he lives in LFP, at least for a while.

"Buff chiseled snowman"
Photo by Donna Hawkey

Another Lake Forest Park sculpture, this one on 180th, a snowman with real heart, a holster on his hip and great abs. Artist: The Westhoff family.

Snow bear photo by Lee Wolfe
Artist John Wolfe

A line of snow bears with babies - artist John Wolfe
Photo by Lee Wolfe

In Richmond Beach, photographer Lee Wolfe says that her husband John Wolfe "can leave no good snowfall untouched."

Photo by Donna Hawkey

On 180th in Lake Forest Park, a snow dog with a bowl of fresh snowballs. Good thing he's not near the bears! Artist: the Kim family.

Photo by Will Hall

How high was the snow in February? Well, it was as high as the Devil's Tower. This sculpture compliments of Will Hall, Richmond Beach.



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