The  American Wild West
A Sand Sculpture Opera written and directed by Sultans Of Sand Worldwide. Produced by the City of Jesolo, Italy. Summer 2007
  Featured artist: Lars Borst - The Hague, Netherlands
Saloon Scenes, and Bank Robbery

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boom  progress  Lars is a five year veteran working with the Sultans Of Sand. He has participated in the Summer and winter shows in Jesolo. He is a powerhouse in design and quick production. One of the faster carvers working, and because he can adapt on the fly so well, he is often tapped to do odd jobs and the patch work to fix a problem that might arise during a show. His other art and interests are eclectic and engaging. He often works in mediums ranging from ice to cardboard, but he has been a key part of a theater show utilizing sand sculpture and dance too.
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Saloon
The Saloon
by Lars Borst.
The Hague, Netherlands

  Just as today, people in the old west  liked to unwind after a hard days work with good clean fun and entertainment, such as haveing a good meal and a refreshing beverage while conversing or gaming with others. The saloon was the place to go for all of this, and maybe even a room for the night, or perhaps an hour.  For all the notorious, steamy and seedy activities that occurred in them, saloons were an integral part of western social commerce and custom. Be it primarily a dance hall, gambling house, or purely a drinking establishment, the saloon was one busy place.
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