Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Tamarama, Sculpture by the Sea

Redtrumpet Redtable by Philip Spelman
Clutch by Noah Birch
The Figure In The Landscape by John Petrie
Windsong by Barclay Bailey
Which Way Forwards? by Harrie Fasher
The 18th annual Sculpture by the Sea outdoor sculpture exhibition ran from 23 October to 9 November 2014. These sculptures were located at Gaerloch Reserve, looking out to the Pacific Ocean, in the eastern suburb of Tamarama.

23 comments:

  1. Jim, these are so colorful! I love the horse one. I'm impressed by all the artwork along the ocean view.

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  2. They are so pretty, especially the red one!

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  3. Adore seeing these sculptures each year. Always so creative. Windsong and Which way forward are especially creative.

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  4. Very impressive sculptures. So pretty!

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    Kim,USA

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  5. Beautiful sculptural work! I like the last one most.

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  6. Impressive artworks. Perfect place to display them.
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  7. Colorful and whimsical! Thank for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/11/saint-marys-basilica-wilmington-nc.html

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  8. I like the stacked slabs of stone the best
    Have a happy day!
    Lea

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  9. I love the "figure in landscape"! But also the horse is very good...Arianna

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  10. Very cool sculptures by the Sea! Perhaps can see exhibition next year when we visit Sydney!

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  11. pretty sculptures. I like the rocking horse.

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  12. Love the last one, very creative, also the stone one. The Windsong ones were great and I was wondering did they make a noise? Didn't care for the brightly coloured ones at the seaside.

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  13. some very interesting designs. i like the stone one a lot.

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  14. Some very cool art, quite bright as well. I really like stone art - it reminds me of the inukshuk.

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  15. I really don't enjoy modern art or sculpture, but l love the idea of displaying the pieces by the ocean.

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  16. Windsong is so beautiful. - Just became a follower of your blog.

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