dust – Norton Flavel
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 eye
ashes to ashes – Kim Perrier
bath – Vince Vozzo
bjf13 – Ben Fasham
city dreams – Gao Xiaowu
fun! – Naidee Changmoh
intervention – Mike Van Dam
kakashi – Zilvinas Zempinas
man on ball – Wang Shugang
man on ball – Wang Shugang (Sculpture by the Sea)
listen time passes – Barbara Licha
tree spirit eggs – Mark Eliott
undulation – Benjamin Storch
quotidianity the brothers – Fabio Pietrantonio
These “sculptures” were created by Mother Nature — eroded sandstone.
A few other things that caught my eye
I deliberately took a day off work so I could avoid the crazy crowds on a weekend, but look at all the people on the path! I’ve put this post in my Strolls around Sydney category because, believe me, a strolling pace is as fast as it’s possible to move.
Hordes of art lovers (or in this case, hordes of completely uninterested teenage students)
Please keep to the left.
It’s important to stay hydrated and safe in the Sydney sun (when the sun actually shines, that is — it’s been very wet here for the past few days!). There was free water …
Grab a glass of water
Top up your bottle here
… and free sunscreen.
Free sunscreen station.
This woman is taking advantage of the free sunscreen.
And someone has to keep the artworks looking clean!
Keeping it clean.