THE REVERE ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2022 Page 13 Sand Sculpting Festival featured Wonders Saugus resident wins People’s Choice Saugus resident Deb Barrett-Cutulle was in awe that she won People’s Choice. Florida residents Araya, 10, Jade, 11, and Anthony Daddario, 8, with Chase Dorsey, 12, said “8 p.m.” was creative. Intricate design was featured on the centerpiece and the other sculptures. Boston residents Taku, Ko, 18 months, Ryo, 4, and Erina Kasai along with Mayumi Nakura and Yuto Nakura, admired the sculptures. Fifth place winner Karen Fralich, of Canada, with “Dinotopia.” Cambridge residents Cai McCann and Maytee Chan said Saugus resident Deb Barrett-Cutulle’s piece was their favorite. New Hampshire resident Greg Grady Jr.’s fortune-teller piece was inspired by the Tom Hank’s movie “Big.” Hailing from Florida, Bruce Peck sculpted “Anxiety Stronghold.” According to Peck, the jail bars on the eyes represent that someone is barely holding on. Florida resident Andrew Daily’s “Jokers Wild” was inspired by an old tattoo pattern. Japan native Matsu Yoshi’s theme was “Okay For Peace With Origami Crane.” Bouke Atema, of the Netherlands, won fourth place for “8 p.m.” with a movie ticket. FESTIVAL | SEE Page 14 Hailing from Texas, Christy Atkinson sculpted “Catastrophe.” The centerpiece, the “Wonders of the World,” included the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World that is still in existence, and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Third place winner Hanneke Supply, who is from Belgium, said her piece, “I Am Nature,” was about how people have a lot to learn from nature.

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