Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Tamarama, Sculpture By The Sea

Invisible by Christabel Wrigley
Migration by Parvaneh Roudgar
Languorous Repose (2013) by Albert Paley 
Swerve One (Life Journey Series) by Jim Flook
Trapeze by Philip Spelman 
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, North Bondi and the Pacific Ocean.


  1. I like Migration the most from this group. The backdrop of blue skies and sea adds to the attraction of these sculptures.

  2. I always look forward to your posts on this event, Jim! I like that Albert Paley piece best from this group.

    1. Thanks, Pat. Great to hear you say so. They're are a few who have said the same.

  3. Jim ~ fantastic photography of these very creative sculptures ~ favorites are the deep blue ones ^_^

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  4. Cool creations. Very interesting too.
    Love the migration one!

  5. I've still not been - not entirely sure I'll get there this year :(

    1. Unfortunately you missed the boat, Lydia. The exhibition ended on the weekend.

  6. What a fun way to spend the day beside the water. Interesting art.

  7. Aren't they interesting! Love looking at such exhibitions, Jim!
    (I wonder if the restaurants there serve Tamaramosalata? LOL)
    Thank you for participating in the Travel Tuesday Meme.


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