ice sculptures by Ed Tillotson
This dimpled golf ball on a tee ice sculpture features a snowfill engraved Glacier Club logo.
This double open hearts and lovebirds ice carving is one of Ed’s signature wedding designs.
Cupid's arrow is shot through twin hearts; a perfect ice sculpture for a wedding reception or for Valentine's Day.
Ed carved “Fallen Angels” with David Berman at the 1999 World Ice Art Championships in Fairbanks, Alaska.
A bride and groom ice sculpture is displayed overlooking the water at a wedding reception in Miami.
A prancing Cupid holds an open heart in his hand; another ice sculpture for wedding receptions or for Valentine's Day.
This 50th birthday cake ice sculpture for Michelle has pink colorfilled lettering frozen inside the ice.
This 10 foot long, two level seafood ice bar features stylized horse heads and the C-B-I logo engraved in the center.
a multi-block winged archer sculpture from an Ashland, Ohio ice carving competition back in 2004
This “It’s a Heavenly Day” ice sculpture design includes a delicately crafted angel looking down from above.
The meltwater from this detailed clamshell and seahorse ice bar can just run right off the deck at this event in South Beach.
This bunny & basket ice sculpture is just waiting to be displayed on an Easter buffet and filled with fake grass and colored eggs.
This "End of Summer Bash" cosmo ice bar is set in a picturesque spot and has twin ice luges on top as well as bright colorfilled graphics frozen into the bar.
Ed stands in front of the imposing “Rainmaker,”
a multi-block sculpture carved with David Berman, from 2002 Ashland, Ohio event.
Ed has come up with a small line of aggressive hole-cutting bits for use with a hammer drill. The holes are great for displaying bottle of various sizes in the ice.