The annual outdoor display of sculptures is on again in Sydney. With artworks dotted for 2km along the coast from Tamarama Beach to Bondi Beach, this free two-week event is hugely popular. There are over 100 artworks on display — but don’t worry, I didn’t photograph every one. 😉 A few sculptures that caught my […]
Sydney’s annual free sculpture display runs along the coast from Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach. The exhibits range from wacky to wonderful, from weird to whimsical. But there’s always something to make me pull out my camera! (And I go every year, which I guess makes it a habit.) This water-filled sphere is amazing. You […]
You just know he’s bellowing at the top of his lungs, don’t you? I spotted this at Sculpture by the Sea 2018. Becky is back with her squares, and for April the theme is “top“.
The theme for July Squares is Blue
This sculpture is one of my favourites from 2018’s Sculpture by the Sea. I’m a sucker for reflections! Plus, I like the theme of this one. According to the artist: “We live in a Narcissistic era. But unlike Narcissus who had to wander into the forest to find his pool, we all have our own […]
I’ve called this post “Deep in Thought” because to me the figure’s rather petulant frown indicates that he’s wrestling with a troublesome question, or trying to remember something he’s forgotten. The great thing about sculpture, and all art forms, is that you project onto it — what you see may not be what I see, […]
This is one of my favourite offerings in this year’s Sculpture by the Sea. I’m not entirely sure if this character is a monkey or not, but he certainly is cheeky! And I lived in England long enough for the phrase “cheeky monkey” to be familiar. The sculpture looks (to me) to be telling a […]
Sculpture by the Sea is on again in Sydney. Apparently, it’s the world’s largest free sculpture exhibition, and it runs along the coast from Bondi Beach (where I live) to Tamarama Beach. Two friends and I braved the inevitable hordes of people today to check out this year’s offerings. It was a beautiful early summer […]
I saw this sign at Sculpture by the Sea, and wasn’t sure if it was an exhibit or a statement!