The Sculpture by the Sea exhibition continues, today we're at the Tamarama end. I love the sight of creative & colourful art dotted over the white sand.
This is beautiful. A steel dome filled with colour coordinated used clothing. Badges made by visitors with messages to refugees line the walls inside.
lucky to see a pod of dolphins swimming past
Dutch - pipe dream
lost in the glare
that's where i left my glasses!
Thinking of those of you on the East coast of the US!
Hope everyone is safe!
That's just brilliant! Suzy xReplyDelete
some brilliant ideas there suzy :)Delete
I think I'm going to have to come down and have a look see.ReplyDelete
Except the car just sh@t itself ;O)
ps. The bracelet arrived yesterday but I haven't opened it because I'm putting it away for my B'Day (Boxing Day)......
that's no good. car trouble here too!Delete
glad it arrived, i can never put things away.
so that makes you a capricorn?
Fantastic installations. I've seen that part of Tamma underwater in the past so hopefully no "Sandy" action here while it's on or afterwards for that matter. I think I once told you about the bald guy that I saw get a comb over by a wave, standing on the Tamma rocks at the south end. It sure can be a rough beach.ReplyDelete
the beach was actually closed that day cause of dangerous conditions. i remember the bald guy, must have been a big wave! :)Delete
Amazing sculptures but I loved the dolphins best. They are magical creatures. Very therapeutic to watch.ReplyDelete
they are magical. i took it as a sign of good luck. xDelete
Would love to see this in person one day , but have to content myself with seeing it through your photos in the meantime - I enjoyed browsing through both your posts.ReplyDelete
you can always see it through my eyes every year melissah ;)Delete
I liked the bamboo waves best but close-up I liked the Dome, too. It looked like it was make up of rolled up beach towels. Very cool. The dolphins were a scene stealer.ReplyDelete
it does look like towels but they're all different bits of clothing xDelete
Such fun art on the beach. I love them. I'll have to show my son - he loves art and installations.ReplyDelete
it's great to see all the kids enjoying the art. glad to hear you're ok!Delete
Perfect day to be viewing it. I am still hopeful of going, looks like an interesting array.ReplyDelete
Would love to see something like this on the beaches up here- Fantastic!!!ReplyDelete
Amazing sculptures! Wish I lived closer, I would lap that up :)ReplyDelete
Great art works, so thanks for sharing! Are the messages for the thousands of refugees in camps in Somalia, Jordan and North Africa, or for the ones who paid to get here? Just wondering...ReplyDelete
not sure. i couldn't find any more information about it. must buy the brochure!Delete
ooh, I love that giant twiggy formation thingy!! awesome.ReplyDelete
I thought the sculptures you have previously shown were good but the ones on the sand are even better! My favourites would have to be the colourful dome and the twigs. Seeing the dolphins too, must have added to the experience.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous event. I love the cloth igloo xReplyDelete