‘Rock Artisan’ category added to 2021 Water Artisans of the Year

Published on November 9, 2021

The Rock Artisan category encompasses all thing rocks and boulders. Submit your project, the sky is the limit!

POND Trade magazine’s Water Artisans of the Year contest, now in its sixth year, will feature a ‘solid’ new category in 2021 — Rock Artisan.

The Rock Artisan category caters to pond builders who have an artistic eye for fine detail when it comes to building with rocks. Whether a beautiful treatment of a natural waterfall or a flair for the dramatic, exceptional projects are sought that make bold and creative statements using rock to express the builder’s outstanding talent.

“A Rock Artisan can be lots of different things,”says Lora Lee Gelles, publisher of POND Trade magazine. “Whether the focal point is a cobblestone arrangement or majestic boulders, we are looking for the best of the best rock work out there. The sky is the limit!”

>> Click here to submit your pond masterpiece and be part of the 2021 Water Artisans of the Year Awards!

Entries are judged blindly by a panel of industry experts, and winners will be featured in the March/April 2022 issue of POND Trade magazine.

Perimeter accent boulders and native plants help the ½-acre bass pond sit naturally amid the surrounding Texas Hill Country landscape.

Visit bit.ly/2021artisans for full contest rules and the submission application for the 2021 Water Artisans of the Year contest, the water-garden industry’s annual independent contest that showcases the most notable pond construction projects around the world. In addition to Rock Artisans, this year’s categories include:

  • Best Pondless Feature
  • Most Naturalistic
  • Best Under $15,000
  • Best Formal Ponds & Fountains

Entries are judged blindly by a panel of industry experts, and winners will be featured in the March/April 2022 issue of POND Trade magazine.

Don’t delay! The submission deadline for consideration in this year’s contest is Dec. 15, 2021. Submit your entry today!

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