Sculptures By The Sea


I am no art critic but Sculpture by the Sea at Cottesloe Beach is an event I enjoy attending each year. I love the colour, texture and playful displays.

It is great to see that the people of Perth embrace these events. I joined thousands of people who came to get a glimpse at the artwork in the sunshine. Stunned at how many people are drawn to this free outdoor event.

Sculptures by the sea

There are so many sculptures waiting to greet you around Cottesloe Beach from book caves, flowers made from recycled material and a steel handbag full of plants.

Here are a few of my favourite sculptures.

Sculptures by the sea Book Cave
Book Cave
Sculptures by the sea Escape
Sculptures by the sea Skin Cube
Skin Cube
Sculptures by the sea Dust
Sculptures by the sea Manscape
Sculptures by the sea Kakasi
Sculptures by the sea Kakasi Sculpture
Sculptures by the sea A Burden
A Burden
Sculptures by the sea Pilgram
Sculptures by the sea Regeneration
Sculptures by the sea Fun
Sculptures by the sea Memories of the Ocean
Sculptures by the sea Travelling Bag
Travelling Bag
Sculptures by the sea Der Traktor
Der Traktor

About Sculpture by the Sea

Sculpture by the Sea is the largest free to the public sculpture exhibition in the world. Held at Cottesloe Beach there are 77 displays from artists all over the world. The event is held from 5 to 20 March 2016.

It then goes to Sydney from 20 October to 6 November 2016. Held at Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach coastal walk.

If you are in Perth or Sydney and have the time make sure you check it out!

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