Who Created The Sand Sculpture?
With God guiding their hands, Roger Powell is the primary artist and has help from volunteers.
Where Is The Sand Sculpture Created?
Until 2010, the sculpture was created in a volleyball court at a local park in Findlay, Ohio. This year it will be outside, but under roof at the Hancock County Fairgrounds, located at 1017 East Sandusky Street, Findlay, Ohio (45840).
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How Long Does The Sand Sculpture Last?
Beginning March 25, 2013, for about two weeks after Easter
How Much Sand Is Used?
This year’s sculpture is comprised entirely of over 300 tons of sand.
How Long Does It Take To Build The Sand Sculpture?
Scenery takes approximately 250 man-hours to complete.
How Is The Sand Sculpture Built?
All images are hand carved with no underlying structural support; some visible props are used.
How Long Has The Artist Been Doing Sand Sculptures?
The artist, Roger Powell, has been sculpting for over 19 years.
Do You Have A Website?
Visit us at www.WalkingOnCommonGround.com
Volunteers gather seasonally, from Ohio and various states, to offer assistance as needed.
This year commemorates the 14th anniversary of the Easter sand sculpture event. The annual event, “On Common Ground”, is a multi-cultural, non-denominational assembling to promote fellowship and community among all participants and visitors.