Travel is a hot topic at the Torpedo Factory, but raise the subject during a February freeze and you may ﬁnd yourself chatting with sculptor Tatyana Schremko. Last month, Schremko traveled to Harbin, China, to serve as a judge at the International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival, where several previous years as a competitor gave her a true appreciation for the challenges of this most ephemeral medium.
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Torpedo Factory Site
Monumental sculptures from eight feet to three stories high dazzle and delight visitors to the world's largest winter festival. Tatyana Schremko Schriempf, Torpedo Factory Sculptor, has participated in this extravaganza for five consecutive years, winning multiple awards. This is a global event, attracting sculptors from such countries as Japan, South Korea, Russia, Thailand, Spain, Latvia, Finland, India, USA, Canada, and, of course, China - to name but a fraction of countries gathering for this event. This evening's presentation of the artist's photographs and videos will capture the mammoth undertaking by the city of Harbin in harnessing the energy to create this magnificent festival and world community of artists who return to compete each year.
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The Art League
If you’ve been to the Torpedo Factory, you probably remember seeing sculptures in the studio of sculptor Tatyana Schremko, towering over you at seven feet tall. Standing at a less formidable fourteen (14) inches and carved from maple, Schremko’s Sweet Vidalia won the Bertha G. Harrison Award for Figurative Sculpture
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