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Heather Woodward

Heather is a second-generation sand sculptor from Leander, Texas. A graduate of The University of Texas with a degree in Studio Art, she entered her first competition in 2001 at the age of seven. From there, she went on to place 1st and 2nd place in various youth sculpting competitions. In 2022, Heather won 1st place in the solo division of the Crossroads Sand Sculpting Festival. She has been competing in the Texas SandFest Master Division since 2014, placing 3rd in the Duo category in 2018. When time allows, she is also a sculptor for various commercial professional sand sculpting projects.

A sand sculptor in a wide-brimmed hat with braids sits in the sand next to her sculpture. Only part of the sculpture is visible, but what the viewer can see is of a Western-style skull.

A woman kneels next to her sand sculpture, which looks like a human skull with snail shells instead of ears and crab legs on the bottom.