From their vision in the ultimate sand sculpture to creating a more sustainable lifestyle

When asked what happens if the sculptures got too dry, Darby kicked one of his smaller sculptures with considerable force: It didn’t even create a dent. The finer the sand, the more detail you can draw, and the more clay, the stronger the sculpture. Tim Darby and his partner, Shani Graham, are running sand sculpting workshops for children with plans to incorporate children’s drawings into the final design.

Increasingly concerned about climate change and other environmental issues, as well as doing a lot of informal research on various aspects of a sustainable society, Tim and Shani decided to dedicate much of their time to offering others educational opportunities to create a more sustainable lifestyle.

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