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Dec 2015
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Art & Inspiration, Travel by Design
Sculptures by the Sea

Two years ago, I visited Sculptures by the Sea. This annual event that started in 1997 is open to the public and draws visitors from all over Australia. This year’s exhibition has the 2-km walk from Bondi to Tamarama beach filled with over a 100 works from artists around the world. I thought sharing some of my favorite photos from this year’s visit is an apt way of closing the year.

Andrea Vincovic's "intuitive sense of connection"

Andrea Vincovic’s “intuitive sense of connection”

Sculpture

David McCracken’s “incendiary”

Portal

Peter Lundber’s “open”

Caitlin Roseby's "halfgate"

Caitlin Roseby’s “halfgate”

Interactive-Sculpture

Zilvinas Kempinas’ interactive “kakashi (2012)”

Happy-child

Naidee Changmoh’s “Fun!”

walk

It’s a nice walk from Bondi to Tamarama

Wave-of-Barbies

Anette Thas’ “Wave 2” was comprised of Barbie dolls, full and parts

RCM Collective's "The Bottles" was a hit

RCM Collective’s “The Bottles” was a hit

Haiyan-house

“Bayanihan Hopping Spirit,” an art installation by Alwin Reamillo, remembers the damage of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

 

P.S. 2016 is the 20th Year Anniversary of Sculptures By the Sea at Bondi and this will be held from October 20 to November 6. You might want to include a visit as part of your goals for next year. Happy New Year!


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