Monday, 5 November 2018

Tamarama, Sculpture By The Sea

The Face by Deborah Halpen
Portmanteau by Senden Blackwood
Embrace by Andrew Rogers
 Time and Motion by R.M. (Ron) Gomboc
Guardian by Michael Le Grande
The 22nd annual Sculpture by the Sea is the world's largest, free to the public, outdoor sculpture exhibition. Sculptures were located along the two kilometre coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama from 18 October to 4 November 2017. These sculptures are in Marks Park in the eastern suburb of Tamarama with backdrops of Bronte and the Pacific Ocean.

16 comments:

  1. Time And Motion really stands out beautifully!

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  2. That's such a spectacular setting for the art!

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  3. Some very unusual but eye catching work in those.

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  4. Very cool. So sad I´ll miss Sculptures by The Sea in Cottlesloe this time, but thanks to you I can see it all still :-)

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    1. I believe some at Bondi are also displayed at Cottlesloe.

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  5. What a wonderful idea. Some I like, some I don't but that is ART Jim

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  6. that surely is an interesting event. my interpretation of "embrace" was completely different.

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  7. Great sculptures all around. And quality photos of them.

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  8. I was lucky to see the sculptures in Sydney this year and enjoyed the walk and the art.
    Thanks for participating Jim.

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  9. Not into modern sculpture but some of the designs were intriguing. The face made me smile!

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  10. I love a good sculpture walk! Embrace really caught my eye.

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