Andy Gertler

Andy Gertler is a sculptor with expertise in ephemeral arts, working with diverse elements like sand, ice, snow, and pumpkins for over a quarter of a century. Among his clientele are names like Oprah, Armani, and Yahoo!. He’s won multiple Medals at the World Ice Art Championships and holds a Guinness World Record for the largest marshmallow mosaic. Andy co-hosted the Travel Channel's "Sand Masters" television show for two seasons. For over 12 years, every Halloween season, he carves life sized, realistic animals out of massive pumpkins at the Bronx Zoo in New York City. Now he is turning his skills on cardboard and opening up to creating more permanent sculptures, a departure from his ephemeral lifestyle. Andy is also an accomplished guitarist and songwriter. 

Contact Andy Gertler: allnaturalarts@aol.com

 

Devotion

Cardboard Sculpture

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The Bond

Pursuit - Hawksbill sea turtle

Elusive Elegance (Leafy Sea Dragon)

Recycled Life

Sand Sculpture

Pasta Sculpture

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Snow Sculpture

Cake and Modeling Chocolate

This cake was created by Sue Beatrice of All Natural Arts and Benny Revira of City Cakes for an MTV party.

Cake and Modeling Chocolate

This cake was created by Sue Beatrice of All Natural Arts and Benny Revira of City Cakes.

Cake and Modeling Chocolate

Created by Sue Beatrice and Andy Gertler of All Natural Arts with Benny Revira and his amazing City Cakes team. Installation for the New York City Ballet's Nutcracker 2023.

Guinness World Record

Andy Gertler winning the Guinness World Record for the largest marshmallow mosaic. Times Square NYC 2013.

Andy Gertler with the gang from Good Morning America. Guinness World Record Largest Marshmallow mosaic portrait of Sam Champion 2013.

Ice Sculpture

Andy Gertler of All Natural Arts and Sergey Tselobrovskiy (Moscow) received the Bronze Medal at the World Ice Arts Championships in 2009 for their sculpture Moonlight Sonata.

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