Wednesday, 25 May 2011

2011 74th Sanibel Shell Show - Part 3 Student Shell Art & Science Exhibits

The student shell art and science exhibits were outstanding at this years event. Here's a look at some of the winning shell art created by the next generation of talented shell artists...

The talented Ann Fastenau received the best student exhibit.

Johnson Clark won a ribbon for his very clever "shell rendition" of the famed
painting "Starry Night" by Vincent Gogh.

Emily Johnson's stunning shell flower corsage and hair clips.

Shell house by Kamryn Van Sluytman

A peek inside the shell house.

The bathroom of the shell house.

Shadow box beach scene by
Marissa Linn

Very cool "Shellin' Shoes" by Weston Clark.

A great seashell scene by Spencer Clark.

In the outside tent, students were on hand to teach us a thing or two about Florida marine life...

More to come from the 2011 Sanibel Shell Show: Part 4 Vendors and lastly Part 5 Science exhibits!

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