YouSnow pt. 2

March 8, 2011

While Winter Carnival attendees participated in art workshops and tours of the grounds, the YouSnow projects began to take shape. As a snowfall befitting a Winter Carnival began, the artists kept working and tried to stay warm!

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Cody Frei takes a hot beverage break in the midst of snownut production.

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Taking directions via cellphone from a friend in Madison, Sara Caron leaves breadcrumb trails across the garden.

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Amanda Tollefson communes with nature.

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Katie Kraft conjures a warmer season with her choice of sculpting tool, a beach bucket.

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Meanwhile, Santiago Cucullu and Colin Matthes continue to erect their snow wall. Despite some warmer temperatures this past week, the wall remains intact on the far side of the lake.

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In the lake, Roy Staab and his team work in several inches of water to dig out snow and slush in geometric patterns.

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Spectators watch as Richard Galling works on digging out his area and making piles from the snow.

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KT Hancock, Sam Scheller, and Tina Graziano amass snow in a split tree trunk.

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The Pergl team expand their path, working to complete their sculpture before judging begins.

For a very comprehensive collection of photos from the Winter Carnival, visit our flickr page.


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