Marble Mania Winners


Shown in picture left to right: Stephanie Smith accepting for Johnathon Detwiler, second place adult division; Elaine Mitchem, third place adult division; Italian sculptor, Francesco Badalacchi; Charlotte Sims accepting for Madelyne and Marlee Reeves, third place children’s division and winner of fourth place, adult division; Janice Adams accepting for Virginia Ellis, sixth place adult division and Jada Robinson, first place children’s division.

Here is a complete list of the winners:
Children’s Division:
First Place – Jada Robinson
Second Place – James Levi Williams
Third Place – Madelyne and Marlee Reeves
Adult Division:
First Place – Michelle Rollins
Second Place – Johnathon Detwiler
Third Place – Elaine Mitchem
Fourth Place - Charlotte Sims
Fifth Place – Katie Bradshaw
Sixth Place – Virginia Ellis

Webcast on Sylacauga Marble with host Doug Phillips of Discovering Alabama




Italian Scuptor Francesco Badalachi and “il piede”


The "il piede" or "The Foot" is that classic Roman art which also represents the origin of the Italian art.

Auburn Students Visit Marble Festival

Students from Auburn University College of Liberal Arts visit sculptors at the Marble Festival and ask them questions about the art of sculpting.

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