Friday, 14 February 2014

Little Bay, sculpture

This sculpture is located along the coast looking out on the Pacific Ocean, in the eastern suburb of Little Bay. The bronze sculpture depicts a painting on an ease of a historic event at this coastline. The event was the world’s largest sculpture created in 1969, when international artist Christo and his wife Jeanne-Claude wrapped the coastline in fabric, calling it: “Wrapped Coast – One Million Square Feet, Little Bay, Sydney, Australia”. The inscription reads: Remembering Christo and Jeanne-Claude -1969.


  1. Another beautiful sculpture. I have never seen an unusual one, such as this is.

    Mersad Donko Photography

  2. Great sky, great shot ~ and unique sculpture ~ thanks, ^_^

    carol and armusedog

  3. Now that's a great and very creative piece of art!

  4. It is a gorgeous coastline and a lovely sculpture! Have a great weekend and Happy Valentine's Day!

  5. I like that one.
    Didn't they wrap a bridge as well?
    Well done to you photo.
    Have a wonderful weekend
    Mormor (from Norway)

    1. They probably did. I know they wrapped a number of buildings around the world.


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