Beach Art winners

A list of the entries and people who created art at the beach in Sooke

Thirteen teams took part in the annual Community Arts Council’s Beach Art competition on Whiffin Spit. on September 7

Another successful Beach Art! Each team won a cash prize and a rosette.

The winners are as follows:

First Prize – The Honeymoon Suite,  by Sharratt’s Team

Second Prize – The Sailor, by Tamara

Third Prize – The Heron, by Marlene

Fourth Prize – The Bridge,    by The Half Cut Team

Fifth Prize – Bubble Fish, by Coral England

Sixth Prize – Atlantis    by, The Queen of England

Seventh Prize – Rock People, by Nathan Kitchen

Eighth Prize – Indiana Jones, by Ryder Greenwood

Ninth Prize – Old Viking, by Hannah Dahmer

Tenth Prize – Tsunami, by Dirt Team

Eleventh Prizen – Sushi Bar, by Kara

Twelfth Prize –     The Goose

Thirteenth Prize – Bearded Man, 4 Beaches B&B.

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