Page 14 THE REVERE ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2022 The National Geographic “Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience” was an event sponsor this year. “Jokers Wild” was based on an old tattoo pattern by Florida resident Andrew Daily. LOCAL FAVORITE: Saugus artist Deb Barrett-Cutulle worked on her sculpture. Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt was one of the event sponsors. Texan Albert Lucio Sr.’s piece was “Pride.” Matt Deibert’s daughter, Frances, drew the angel (at top) as a little girl, when she was depressed. According to Deibert, the sculpture’s side represented hearing voices from all over, yet people appearing fi ne on the outside. The sculpture included 988, the suicide hotline. Winners Karen Fralich and Deb BarrettCutulle Deb Barrett-Cutulle sketched her design for this weekend’s 18th Annual International Sand Sculpting Festival along Revere Beach. The Colossus of Rhodes in Greece, the Statue of Liberty in America, the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy and the Great Wall of China were carved in sand. Damon Meri, of Florida, sculpted “Damonopoly.” (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) “Zoltar Speaks – Make a Wish” was made by New Hampshire resident Greg Grady Jr. Atlantic City, N.J., resident Matt Deibert sculpted “A Beautiful Mind” about the struggles of schizophrenia. Second place and Sculptors Choice winner Slavian Borecki hails from Poland. His piece was “The Three Sisters.” “Anxiety Stronghold” by Bruce Peck depicted the struggles of generalized anxiety disorder – another mental health piece. FESTIVAL | FROM Page 12

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