Canary Wharf hosts the Fourth Ice Sculpture Festival - London
Canary Wharf is the host of the Fourth Annual London Ice Sculpting Festival. The festival takes place from 13th to the 14th of January. UK. 13th January 2012
The 4th annual London Ice Sculpting Festival is taking place at Canary Wharf from 13th – 14th January 2012.
Celebrating the start of this year’s exciting FREE event, the first ice creation of 2012 will honour Her Majesty The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Year. Created by the UK’s leading ice sculpture, ice design and ice art specialists, ICEBOX will carve a stunning, giant Jubilee diamond from ice in Canary Wharf.
Main Competition – Doubles - “Winter Sports”
The main competition features the theme Winter Sports. The sculptors will have two days to complete their masterpieces, against the clock from a huge 2metre ice block. From 09:00 – 19:00 on Friday 13 and 08.00 - 16.00 on Saturday 14th January.
Speed Sculpting Competition – Singles - “Team Spirit”
Each competitor will have just 1½ hours to carve the theme of Team Spirit from a 1metre ice block on Saturday 14 January between 14.30 - 16.00.
Contestants at the Main Competition – Doubles - “Winter Sports”
UK: Piers Griffin and Jonathan Lloyd
France: Julien Baron & Charles Filsjean
Belgium: Frank De Conynck & Dries De Belie
Hungary: Akos Toth & Zsolt M. Toth
Portugal: Pedro Mira & Niall Magee
Sweden: Patrick Sorwing & Peter Sorwing
Bulgaria: Irina Korovkov & Ruslan Korovkov
Africa: Steve Armange & Mario Amegee