Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Tamarama, Sculpture by the Sea

Underwater Cathedral by Orest Keywan, Australia
Transfiguration “Link” XXIII by Mitsuo Takeuchi, Japan
Untitled by Jeanne Pierre Rives, France
In Balance: Together Series by R.M. (Ron) Gomboc, Australia
Sculpture by the Sea is the world's largest annual free public outdoor sculpture exhibition. The 14th annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition ran from 28th October to 14th November 2010.  It was located on the two kilometre coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama. These sculptures at Marks Park in Tamarama have the Pacific Ocean and Waverley as a backdrop.
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  1. Awesome, fascinating sculptures, Jim! And your photos are superb as always! And, as always, I do love your blue, blue skies! The views of the water are breathtaking! Hope your week is off to a great start!


  2. The first one really appeals to me, as does "Untitled" - with this kind of sculpture it is difficult to explain exactly what I find appealing, but there you are, those two do.
    Wonderful photographs.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

  3. Great captures. I went for the first time this year and loved it.

  4. I've just scrolled back through all your posts on this exhibition. Amazing stuff.
    Hmm, word verification is shyness. I don't think these are in any way shy!

  5. These are wonderful. And what a lovely backdrop, too!
    I don't 'get' it all, but it is most interesting to see the imagination of these sculptors.

  6. such fascinating sculptures! i love the blue skies background too.

  7. Unusual sculptures, some of which I wonder what the big draw is. I guess one man's artwork might not make sense to everyone.
    Great photos though! I do like all of them!

  8. msdewberry, I agree that some of the artwork doesn't make much sense. I suppose the big drawcard for me is the spectacular backdrop in this location.

  9. The rusty snake by the sea was breathtaking. What an exhibition.


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