For more information see our categories below.
Exhibition Sand Sculptures
Exhibition sand sculptures are built to impress and be the centre of an event, allowing for strong media attention and publicity. They are usually made over at least five days using more than 20 tonnes of sand, our skills as professional sand sculptors and sometimes heavy machinery.
Demonstration Sand Sculptures
Demonstration sand sculptures are there to engage the public and often support or coincide with a much a larger event. They are usually made with between 10-20 tonnes of sand, but no machines are used and generally the sand is not compacted.
Table Top Sand Sculpture
Table top sculptures are ideally suitable for indoor events where the logistics of getting the sand inside can be challenging. They are usually made with around one tonne of sand.
Working with the RSPB, Sand In Your Eye have engineered artificial sand banks to create a natural habitat for the Sand Martin to live in, and have the capacity to design a similar environment for Kingfishers. So far we have been extremely pleased with the results, with nearly 200 Sand Martins now nesting in a bank in Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Sand Sculpture Workshops & Corporate Team Building
Sand sculpture workshops and corporate team building activities are a great way for individuals and groups to learn new skills, and collaborate in a diverse and fun environment. This can be done on location or in our new studio. For more information on what we offer there please visit the Sand In Your Eye Studio website.
Pop Up Sand Sculpture Workshops
If you want to learn some sand sculpture sculpture skills but can't make it to the beach, our pop up workshops might be just the ticket! We bring everything you need just about anywhere with our highly trained team so you can create your very own sand masterpiece!
Since the birth of Sand In Your Eye, nearly 12 years ago, sand sculpture has been at the heart of everything we do. This sculpture was particularly emotive. Take a look at our other films too on our gallery page.
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