Katrina sculptures, by Marlin Miller, Part 3, Dec. 22-23, 2007
Here are photographs of the third batch of Beach Boulevard sculptures created by Marlin Miller, an award-winning wood sculptor from Fort Walton Beach, Fla. In his third trip to Biloxi, Marlin used standing dead oak trees to create sculptures of two sailfish, including one being threatened by a shark. Both sculptures are on Beach Boulevard, just east of White Avenue. Miller's efforts are complementing a city-commissioned project to create works of art from standing dead tree trunks along the waterfront in Biloxi.
To see photographs from Marlin's previous trip to Biloxi, and a link to video of the artist at work, click here.