Zhang Yaxi - Contemporary Chinese Sculptor
Monumental Snow Sculpture - Harbin, China

Snow sculpture is ephemeral, lasting only one season, and it is created in harsh weather conditions, yet it is a very enjoyable form of sculpture, besides being a challenge experience in that one is only given a few days in which to carve the piece from a block of solid snow.

Created during the Harbin Snow Sculpture Symposium 2001 in Harbin, in the Northeast of China by a team comprised of Chinese sculptor Zhang Yaxi, French sculptor Laury Dizengremel with the help of their friend Bai Yuliang, this monumental "Pregnant" (Fertility) snow sculpture was awarded third prize.

Monumental snow sculpture created by Zhang Yaxi, Laury Dizengremel and Bai Yuliang in Harbin, China

Snow sculpture in Harbin China by Zhang Yaxi and her team mates

Pregnant (Fertility) sculpture

Title: "Pregnant" (Fertility)
Medium: Snow
Size: 4.50 metres
Location: Harbin, China

Team: Zhang Yaxi, Laury Dizengremel, Bai Yuliang
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