As captain and original member of the U.S. Snow Sculpting Team, Tom and his team-mates, Mike Martino and Mike Sponholtz, have completed over 100 major snow sculptures around the world.
Below are examples of some of the more memorable competitions and their work.
Bronze Medal Winner, 1998 Winter Olympics, Nagano, Japan
Based on a Queoff design, "Nature's Way" is inspired by "how wind sweeps across snow, creating caverns big enough to walk through,
where the image of a drift on closer examination turns into a leaf as an early herald of spring" (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel).
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, 2002, Wausau, WI
"With the Elders"
World Snow Sculpting Championships in Kiruna, Sweden
1st place. US National Snow Sculpting Competition Lake Genevea, WI 1997
Wausau, WI 2003, commission, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada 2003 International Snow Sculpting Event Of The Quebec Carnival
Frankenmuth, MI 2003 Commission
"Roots and Wings"
"The deep roots of parental love give children a chance to soar."
3rd Place. US National Snow Sculpting Competition Lake Geneva, WI 2001
Peoples Choice Award, International Snow Sculpting Competition, January 2001, Valloire, France
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