Indian sand artist wins prize in Denmark

Indian sand artist wins prize in Denmark

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Copenhagen International Sand Sculpture Festival 2012. Photo source: ©© Aeter

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A sand sculpture on marine conservation created by Indian sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik has won the prestigious audience prize at an international sand art competition held in Copenhagen, the artist said Wednesday.

Pattnaik’s 20-feet high sculpture ‘Save the Ocean‘ got as many as 23,000 votes from a total of 80,000 cast by visitors at the Copenhagen International sand sculpture championship and festival, which began May 31 in Denmark…

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Copenhagen International Sand Sculpture Festival, 2012

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