Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Bondi, Sculpture by the Sea

Monument for Small Changes by Vlasé Nikoleski, Australia
Leaf Vessel by Virginia King, New Zealand
State of Square by Fatih Semiz, Australia
Shimmer 1993 by Paul Selwood, Australia
Green Forest Object by Helle Frøsig, Denmark
 Sculpture by the Sea is the world's largest annual free public outdoor sculpture exhibition located on the two kilometre coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama. These sculptures along the cliffs at Bondi had a spectacular Pacific Ocean backdrop.

41 comments:

  1. J, excellent work photographing the sculptures by the sea.

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  2. Fantastic art! Thanks for sharing the photo's. I love outdoor art and I'm excited to see what is being produced in different parts of the world.

    Darla

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  3. I've been "out of circulation" for awhile and have truly enjoyed this series of sculptures. Quite the variety! I also appreciate your identifying the backdrops of the pieces.

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  4. Wow, these are really cool. And what an amazing backdrop. You got some excellent shots. Thanks for sharing.

    Kat
    http://inmydreamssfk.blogspot.com/

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  5. Wow...what a great exhibition...I´m looking forward to see these sculptures in Denmark next summer!

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  6. Great pictures of sculptur. I dsiscover youy blog. Cery beautiful and interesting
    Pierre From Paris

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  7. so interesting to see such a large display of sculpture!!! i had to scroll right the way to the end and see them all! and it is all open to the elements! i would be tempted to visit in the rain, to see the changes to the works...

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  8. Hi mi piace molto quella di Vlasé Nikoleski.
    Molto bella e magica.
    Buona giornata :)
    Myriam

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  9. Very cool and also fun - love it :)

    http://fotochip.blogspot.com/2010/11/wwpuppies-drinking-water.html

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  10. I can't quite believe that you are still posting more photos of these great sculptures!

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  11. Lesley, I'm getting close to the end of my collection of Sculpture by the Sea shots now. I'll be moving on to other subjects, in a couple of days.

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  12. Nice photos. It is amazing what a little imagination can do.

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  13. Love your photos, especially the leaf.
    Thank´s for visiting my blog.

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  14. These are really cool sculptures. Great photos, thanks for sharing.

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  15. Thanks for sharing this art!

    FYI: I once had a computer that was Bondi blue. Now I know where the name came from.

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  16. Impressive indeed to know and see a place allowing something alike. Love the first one most, reminds of the indeed 'small' changes within and of time compared to life.
    Please have a good Wednesday.

    daily athens

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  17. EG Wow, yes I remember those computers dubbed Bondi Blue, named for the colour of the water at Bondi Beach.

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  18. Those are so cool! We have sculptures on the bay front, but we don't have the rocks on our beaches! Love them!

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  19. Thanks for commenting on my blog.
    I love the series of sculptures by the sea.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  20. The photos of the sea are so beautiful. They are magical. Thanks so much for sharing and visiting.

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  21. What a fun event! I like the leaf vessel the best :-)
    Bella

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  22. Fantastic sculptures.
    I like them all.

    Thanks for sharing

    Have a great day
    Gunilla

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  24. these artists are really talented, and prove a lot of imagination!

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  25. Hi Jim...I love your photos!! All the sculptures are so amazing...so unlike anything that we see around here. I'd love to stop by--often!

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  26. Interesting post, thanks for sharing these beautiful pieces of art. I particulary like the leaf and its shadow.

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  27. You have caught some very nice 'things', some spectacular and other at least funny. The background is simply superb.

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  28. Beautiful sculptures. I haven't been to Bondi. Love to see these someday

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  29. You keep going on with these great sculptures :-D

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  30. Oooo!...so nice...wow.these sculptures are beautiful and the Bondi backdrop priceless.
    -Jo
    -LazyonLoblolly

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  31. Right down by the water's edge, very close! WoW!

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  32. what to say about these pictures ..they are superb excellent clicks

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