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Halloween Pumpkin Sculpture

27.10.2011 | Art
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Pumpkins carved by artists Ray Villafane and Andy Bergholtz (C) are displayed during a pumpkin carving exhibition in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Nevada October 26, 2011. The pumpkins will be displayed at Heidi Klum’s Halloween party and other Halloween events at the TAO and LAVO nightclubs in Las Vegas. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus)

Ghostly goblins’ and monsters’ faces carved in real pumpkins are set to haunt guests at Heidi Klum’s 12th annual Halloween party. Created by artists Ray Villafane and Bergholtz, these elves’ face sculptures were displayed during an exhibition in the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas Wednesday.

569 Monstrous Pumpkins to Spook Heidi Klums Halloween Costume Party

Artist Andy Bergholtz arranges his pumpkin sculpture during an exhibition in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Nevada October 26, 2011. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus)

2144 Monstrous Pumpkins to Spook Heidi Klums Halloween Costume Party

Artist Ray Villafane works on a pumpkin sculpture during an exhibition in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Nevada October 26, 2011. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus)

3103 Monstrous Pumpkins to Spook Heidi Klums Halloween Costume Party

Artist Ray Villafane poses with his pumpkins during a pumpkin carving exhibition in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Nevada October 26, 2011. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus)

484 Monstrous Pumpkins to Spook Heidi Klums Halloween Costume Party

A pumpkin carved by artist Ray Villafane is displayed during an exhibition in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Nevada October 26, 2011. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus)

657 Monstrous Pumpkins to Spook Heidi Klums Halloween Costume Party

A pumpkin sculpture by artist Ray Villafane is displayed during an exhibition in the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Nevada October 26, 2011. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus) via