Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Tamarama, Sculpture By The Sea

Casting Around byRuth Downes and Geoff Webster 
Clytie by Sandy Blim
Spinal Column by Michael Purdy
Reclining Figures by Linda Bowden
The 16th annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition ran from the 18th October until 4th November 2012 along the two kilometre coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama. These sculptures were on either side of the beach at Tamarama, with the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop, or at Tamarama Park, which is behind the beach.

15 comments:

  1. These are all very interesting. I wonder if the first one, casting, sings when the wind blows through.

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  2. Wonderful sculptures. I love the sense of fluidity and movement in the first one especially.

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  3. These are great, casting around was one of my favourites.

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  4. Do we get to vote? Of all I have seen, my favourite is Casting Around.

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    1. You're welcome to vote for your favourite. :)

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  5. For some reason the sculpture called "Clytie" reminds of the TV series "Lost". It looks as if it has been battered around in the sea and temporarily washed up on the shore.

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  6. Beautiful art and great composition. I agree with what you see on "Clytie" ^_^ I am a fan of "Lost".

    Visiting from Water World Wednesday
    Kim,USA

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  7. Four different works of art. I do like the "Clytie".

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  8. It's so fantastic that there are people out there with such amazing imaginations! Beautifully shown Jim.

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  9. Stunning artworks and the views around are so beautiful!

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  10. Great artworks,- and I especially like the sculpture "Casting around"!
    :)

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