3 Comments

Roundup: Best Snow Sculpture Videos

January 18, 2012, 13:46 pm  Posted by needlearts
 

Need a cure for post-holiday mid-January doldrums? Well, for master snow carvers, the chilliest months are ephemeral art playtime. Grab some winter wows from these seven stunning snow sculpture videos with some of the world’s best snow artists!

 

Projections in Snow on Mount Buller in Victoria, Austrlia1. Projections in Snow

Where: Mount Buller in Australia

Large scale snow sculpture illuminated with animation by 3D projection software from ENESS (September 2008)

Video from ENESS

 

Vermont State Snow Sculpting Competition 2011 in Burlington, Vermont2. VT State Snow Sculpting Competition 2011

Where: Burlington, Vermont

Video from Stuck in Vermont and Seven Days

 

 

Art in Ice Festival in Livigno, Italy in the Italian Alps3. 14th Annual Art in Ice Festival

Where: Livigno, Italy in the Italian Alps

Video from DW-TV

 

 

‪International Snow Sculpture Championships‬ 2011 in ‪Breckenridge, Colorado‬4. International Snow Sculpture Championships‬ 2011

Where: ‪Breckenridge, Colorado‬

Video from the Breckenridge Resort Chamber

 

 

Sun Island International Snow Sculpture Art Expo in Harbin, China5. Sun Island Int’l Snow Sculpture Art Expo

Where: Harbin, China

Video from ICPC 2010

 

 

‪International Snow Sculpture Championships‬ 2010 in ‪Breckenridge, Colorado‬6. International Snow Sculpture Championships‬ 2010

Where: ‪Breckenridge, Colorado‬

Video from Trip Television

 

 

Snow Carving Workshop with David Andrews, competetive snow sculptor7. Snow Carving Workshop: David Andrews

Do you have access to plenty of snow? Want to try your own hand at some serious snow sculpture? This video workshop is packed with good tips from a veteran competitive snow carver.

Video from Winterfest Madison

 
 
 
 

3 Responses

    [...] More: Roundup: Best Snow Sculpture Videos Lark Crafts [...]

    I like this post, enjoyed this one thanks for posting. “The universe is not hostile, nor yet is it unfriendly. It is simply indifferent.” by John Andrew Holmes.

    I am continuously browsing online for ideas that can assist me. Thanks!

Leave a Reply