Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik's latest sculpture.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
As the world celebrates Father’s Day with loving notes and throwback images, Sudarsan Pattnaik, an Indian sand artist, uses his medium of art to express his love for the special day.
The talented artist from India’s Odisha created a sand sculpture showing a father and a son and a few words saying ‘I love papa.’
Using tonnes of sand and many hours to complete the sand sculpture, the artist did such a remarkable job.
Sudarsan Pattnaik is a Padma awardee and has won over 60 International sand art competitions around the world, is a pride of the country.
Patnaik has made some commendable sand sculptures raising climate awareness, political issues, and even the environment.
He gained lots of praise for his latest work on the US election.
He made the sculpture at the Puri beach in Odisha.
He always tries to give a social message around the world through his sand sculptures.
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