Marjolijn Weeda sculptures and Industrial Design
sandsculpture Roermond 2010 3
sandsculpture Noordwijk 2009
sandsculpture Roermond 2010 1
sandsculpture Jesolo 2010
sandsculpture GranCanaria 2009
sandsculpture Rorschach 2008
sandsculpture China Zhoushan 2008 01
sandsculpture Witten 2008 01
sandsculpture Texel 2009 01
sandsculpture Roermond 2010 2
sandsculpture Donghea 2009 01
sandsculpture Madrid 2007
sandsculpture Terherne 2009
sandsculpture China Zhoushan 03
sandsculpture texel 2009 02
sandsculpture  travemuende 2006
sandsculpture Roermond 2010 4
Solltau 2006 sandsculpture
Donghea south korea 2009 sandsculpture
Noordwijk 2008 sandsculpture
China Zhoushan 02 sandsculpture
sandsculpture Noordwijk 2010
sandsculpture rugen 2010 1
st peter an der au 2007 sandsculpture
witten 2008 02 sandsculpture
sandsculpture Roermond 2010 5
travemuende 2003 sandsculpture
sandsculpure rugen 2010 2
haifa israel 2005 sandsculpture
Sandsculpture jesolo 2010

Jesolo (Italy), 2010.

For the Pinocchio sandsculpture event in Jesolo, Italy, I created one of the scenes from the original story of Pinocchio.

This is the part of the story that connects with my sculpture: the woodpuppet Pinocchio, transformed into a donkey, was bought by a man who wanted to use Pinocchio's skin for creating a new drum. In the sculpture the man has tied a stone around the donkeys neck and pushes him into the sea. The story continues with him waiting for a while for the donkey to drown. He then pulls him up again with the rope that was tied around one of the donkeys legs. What a cruel story, no?! But the flesh and skin was eaten by fish in the meantime, and the puppet Pinocchio was not. And Pinocchio was still alive! He escapes and then starts searching for his father in the open sea.

The event was organized by Rich Verano, check the Sultans of Sand website!