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2018 Australian Snow Sculpture Team (ASST)

The 2018 Australian Snow Sculpture team have over 30 years experience in creating amazing art and 20 years of understanding of the snow and its form and structure. The team is excited to be apart of the 45th International Snow Sculpture Contest at the 69th Sapporo Snow Festival, Japan



Scott Sheehan
Snow sculptor 

2016 “Frogzilla” 
2017 "Opera-chidna"
2018 "The Breach"

www.scottsheehan.com.au

Surfing and the snow brought Scott to Japan over 17 years ago and Sapporo is his second home. Scott’s art reflects the environment we live in. From Photography, painting, drawing and sculpture, creating art and living in a snow has Scott back each year to Hokkaido and the Sapporo Snow Festival. 

Creating the Snow Sculpture “Frogzilla” 2016 and "Opera-chidna" 2017 at the International Snow Sculpture Contest has been a great achievement.

"Looking forward to 2018 Snow Sculpture :)"



Kylie Douglass
Snow sculptor 

2018 "The Breach"

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Kylie lives on the South Coast and works from home as an Artist. The coast provides her signature medium the giant cuttle fish bone which is carved and sculpted into major works. Kylie has exhibited professionally for the past 

16 years with works travelling nationally and internationally. Kylie is currently studying Auslan with hope for the future to teach Art to the hearing and sight impaired.

Kylie Douglass Art


Paul Sheehan
Snow sculptor 

2017 "Opera-chidna"
2018 "The Breach"

Having an interest in art,  music and the out doors Paul has spent time bush walking climbing the Snowy Mountains in Australia and trekking in New Zealand and enjoys creating ink drawings of Australian wildlife and carving wood and stone Sculptures Paul interest in music and taken him from  learning the trumpet to traveling to Japan to study the Japanese musical instrument the Shakuhachi zen flute.
         




ASST Team members

Clayton Campion
Snow sculptor 

2017 "Opera-chidna"

Clayton is an sculptor and painter with a background in signwriting. He has spent snow seasons snow boarding in Australia and endured working in the snow through the European winter.

Clayton’s art has lead him around Australia including, Byron Bay, Melbourne, North West Western Australia, Wagga Wagga, Cocos Islands and to the Ukraine where he was engaged to paint murals throughout a new palace. He is currently working on a mural in his home town of Jervis Bay.

Clayton is looking forward to his trip to Japan to expand his scutlpting skills and to take the time to learn traditional Japanese calligraphy to partner with his traditional signwriting skills.




Robert Duff
Snow sculptor 

2017 "Opera-chidna"

Rob has been designing and creating unique timber furniture for over 20yrs. Using natural and recycled timber in his sculptural furniture pieces and with his passion for photography, Rob has been exhibiting around the Jervis Bay area for many years.
Rob has vast experience in project management and also that of running a small team. 
Rob will bring his design, building and project management skills to the Australian Snow Sculpting Team in Japan.



Randel Sinnerman
Snow sculptor 

2016 “Frogzilla” 

Randall is a fulltime dedicated artist and is determine to amuse and challenge his audience with opportunities to reflect upon themselves and the social world in which we live. By using sculpture, painting, and printmaking as a means to express a continuous and passionate investigation of nature and humanity. Not to state the aim of his work, thereby leaving it completely open for the spectator's personal interpretation. 



Scott Bowman
Snow sculptor 

2016 “Frogzilla” 

Having experience of 16 Hokkaido winter activities and living in Japan for the past 10 years Scott feels at home in the Japanese Snowy Backcountry. Having always enjoyed and studied the alpine backcountry he finds the snow the key to unlocking Hokkaido secrets. Scott's knowledge of the snow and its structure is a key factor in the sculptural design and strength.