Thursday, 18 November 2010

Tamarama, Sculpture by the Sea

Dreams of Ordinary People by Peter Tilley
Erl King by Sir Anthony Caro, England
A French Litter by Geoff Harvey, Australia
At The Table: Are We Sitting Comfortably? by Sally Kidall, Australia
Shell by Stephen Tero, Australia
Continuing my look at Sculpture by the Sea, the annual outdoor sculpture exhibition which was located on the two kilometre coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama. These sculptures along the cliffs were overlooking Bondi Bay and the Pacific Ocean.


  1. Wonderful! I start to say I like sculpture A best, then start thinking, no, maybe I lilke B best . . . I really admire Sydney's passion and support for public art.

  2. Amazing sculptures, and the first one became my favorite:)
    Have a nice day.

  3. Fantastic sculptures!
    How nice to go there and watch them all! Public art is important!

  4. I think that outdoor sculpture change somehow the life of a viewer...because it force them to think, to reflect, to enjoy the moment and the space!

  5. Some great installations and sculptures here. And photos of course.

  6. I did not get to SbtS this year. I like the way the sculptures dot the coastline ... but I think I really just like the coastline!

  7. Can't decide which I like the best, they're all cleverly created and stunning :)

  8. Bare bilder, I think of all the sculptures at the exhibition, the first one might be my favourite too. Locating it on this lookout was a brilliant idea.

  9. Wow - what a walk that must be. I love the 1st one but then saw the 2nd and I've always liked Caro's work so now I'm torn!

  10. Those are very interesting.
    Thank you for sharing ♪
    I'm envious of a sunny season in your country. It's truly a beautiful season.

  11. Love the last two pictures much. A beautiful mean to measure time and life. Please have a good Thursday.

    daily athens

  12. the French (bulldog) litter is inspired :-)

    Aloha from Waikiki

    Comfort Spiral



  13. These are the best - good to see the dogs are back!

  14. Those are great. I love the ones that look rusty == perfect for the seaside. I love the picnic table and chairs too.


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