Page 12 THE REVERE ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2022 18th annual International Revere Beach of the World by world-class artists; By Tara Vocino T he Revere Beach International San d Sculpting Festival – presented by the Revere Beach Partnership and its sponsors – is one of the largest free events in Massachusetts. Over the course of last weekend, it was estimated that more than one million people ventured to the boulevard to enjoy the sculptures, beach, entertainment and food along America’s First Public Beach. Saugus resident Deb Barrett-Cutulle won People’s Choice for “Sk-Eyeshadow-S.” Visitors took the scene all in. Saugus resident Talia Cutulle performed the National Anthem. Competition medal winners, from left to right: fi rst place winner Abe Waterman, second place winner Slavian Borecki, third place winner Hanneke Supply, fourth place winner Bouke Atema, fi fth place winner Karen Fralich and People’s Choice winner Deb Barrett-Cutulle. Saugus resident Deb BarrettResidents Carmen and Delma Correa enjoyed the private reception tent on Saturday. Cutulle won People’s Choice for “Sk-Eyeshadow-S.” Canada resident Abe Waterman (fourth from right) won fi rst place for his artwork. Musical group Trif3cta had fans dancing. Shown from left to right: State Rep. Jeff Turco, State Senator Lydia Edwards, community leader Kathleen Heiser, Mayor Brian Arrigo, State Rep. Jessica Giannino and Councillor-at-Large Steven Morabito. Texan Christy Atkinson created “Catastrophe.” Thousands watched the fi reworks from the sand. California resident Morgan Rudluff ’s piece was titled “Captured.” Hailing from New Jersey, sculptor Matthew Deibert perfected his piece.

13 Publizr Home

You need flash player to view this online publication