The long-awaited return of the Land Sand Stone Art Festival marks a momentous occasion along the picturesque East Yorkshire coastline. After a three-year hiatus, this celebration of artistic expression is set to captivate visitors with its unique blend of nature and creativity.
Scheduled to take place from September 9th to 10th, this year’s festival promises an array of captivating experiences. Artists hailing from various corners of the United Kingdom will converge upon Bridlington’s north beach and Sewerby Hall and Gardens, where they will bring their imaginative visions to life.
An enchanting spectacle awaits as these artists sculpt and mold the sand into intricate towers of spiralling stones, transforming the shoreline into an outdoor gallery of mesmerising works.
On the first day of the festival, the spotlight will shine on the theme of “sand and stones.” Bridlington’s north beach will be metamorphosed into an open-air canvas, providing visitors with the opportunity to witness artists’ showcases while also gaining insights and tips on the art of creating within the bounds of nature. It’s an occasion that will surely inspire budding artists and nature enthusiasts alike.
The second day of the festival takes the theme to Sewerby Hall and Gardens, providing a change of scenery that complements the land-based focus. Here, attendees can engage with the artists through question and answer sessions, gaining a deeper understanding of the creative processes behind these impressive sand and stone sculptures.
As Responsible Fishing UK takes the helm as the festival’s organiser, an unforgettable artistic experience awaits those who make their way to this breathtaking coastal event.