Sculpture by the Sea 2013 – A Photo Montage, TSL Style

'Flow' by Alison McDonald

'Flow' by Alison McDonald
‘Flow’ by Alison McDonald
Up-cycled plastic lids, cable ties
(Images by TSL)

 

Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time. (Thomas Merton)

So, as mentioned yesterday, here’s this year’s edition of Sculpture by the Sea – TSL style.  Small admission: LM took all the pics for our Sculptures walk this year. He did a much better job than I would have!

And, of course, the most fabulous ‘Horizon’ by Lucy Humphrey was featured yesterday. So, today you get some of the other works on show…

Do let me know your favourite?

'Start' by Richard Tipping
‘Start’ by Richard Tipping
Reflective tape on aluminium, galvanised pole
(Image by TSL)

'A Shared Weight' by Elyssa Sykes-Smith

'A Shared Weight' by Elyssa Sykes-Smith
‘A Shared Weight’ by Elyssa Sykes-Smith
Recycled timber
(Images by TSL)
'Diminish and Ascend' by David McCracken
‘Diminish and Ascend’ by David McCracken
Aluminium
(Image by TSL)
'East of the Mulberry Tree - the Legend of the Ten Red Crows' by Mikaela Castledine
‘East of the Mulberry Tree – the Legend of the Ten Red Crows’ by Mikaela Castledine
Crocheted polypropylene, steel frame
(Image by TSL)
'm.130901' by Toshio Iezumi
‘m.130901’ by Toshio Iezumi
Float glass
(Image by TSL)

'Bubble no: 5' by Qian Sihua

'Bubble no: 5' by Qian Sihua
‘Bubble no: 5’ by Qian Sihua
Painted stainless steel
(Images by TSL)
'Inori Angel Prayer for Peace' by Zero Higashida Stainless steel, gold leaf, pine (Image by TSL)
‘Inori Angel Prayer for Peace’ by Zero Higashida
Stainless steel, gold leaf, pine
(Image by TSL)
'A Tale of Romance' by Kathy Holowko
‘A Tale of Romance’ by Kathy Holowko
Reclaimed timber
(Image by TSL)

'Fetch' by The Winged Collective

'Fetch' by The Winged Collective
‘Fetch’ by The Winged Collective
Morrored Alucobond
(Images by TSL)
'A to B' by Francesca Mataraga
‘A to B’ by Francesca Mataraga
Wood, paint, steel
(Image by TSL)

'Nomadic City: Lest we Forget' by Sally Kidall

'Nomadic City: Lest we Forget' by Sally Kidall
‘Nomadic City: Lest we Forget’ by Sally Kidall
Bamboo, plastic, string, hessian, soil, seed, solar lights
(Images by TSL)
'Folded 3' by Andrew Rogers
‘Folded 3’ by Andrew Rogers
Bronze
(Image by TSL)

'Coral' by Coral Collective

'Coral' by Coral Collective
‘Coral’ by Coral Collective
Plywood, recycled polypropylene
(Image by TSL)
'2012-11' by Yunghsu Hsu
‘2012-11’ by Yunghsu Hsu
Clay ceramic
(Image by TSL)
'Polyrock' by Bev Goodwin
‘Polyrock’ by Bev Goodwin
Polynesian leis, foam rings, wire, cable ties
(Image by TSL)

'There's Many a Slip 'twixt the Cup and the Lip' by Ken Unsworth

'There's Many a Slip 'twixt the Cup and the Lip' by Ken Unsworth
‘There’s Many a Slip ‘twixt the Cup and the Lip’ by Ken Unsworth
Form ply, steel, skeleton
(Images by TSL)

 

Great art picks up where nature ends. (Marc Chagall)

The Sculpture by the Sea exhibition runs from 24 October – 10 November 2013. It really is a spectacular exhibition and well worth a visit. Promise!

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Comments (16)

It is one of the great events on the Sydney calendar. Also as it’s a great time of year to be in Sydney, Jacarandas in bloom, you should visit just for this.

…don’t forget the mangoes!

Some amazing ideas! I’ve seen other photos of the event too. Fantastic 🙂

It is a popular event for photographers – both amateur and professional. And no surprise. One of my favourite Sydney ‘festivals’.

Absolutely lovely – how I love this costal walk, which I have done many times.

Of course, you spoiled us with Lucy Humphrey’s “Horizon” yesterday – but the best of the rest, for me, are “Diminish and Ascend” and “East of the Mulberry Tree”

Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful exhibition with us 🙂

Ha! Marianne – Diminish and Ascend would be #2 for me – just wonderful, and East of the Mulberry Tree was LM’s #2. Interesting!

These are awesome TSL, LM did a great job on the photographs and I love the light. So many favourites and the invisible dogs looks similar to one sculpture featured at Swell last year. I might have to make a pilgrimage to Sydney for this event every year 🙂

YES! – this calls for an annual pilgrimage!

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Oh my, it’s already “The sculpture at the sea”-time of the year! You know well this is my firm favourite and I love all the pictures and works – thank for giving me this opportunity to walk along the coastline thanks to your great photos! Must I even say how jealous I am? You will know that, I’m sure.
All the works are gorgeous and amazing and so full of humor and imagination – I can’t decide on one I like best…But I think I’d go either for “East of the Mulberry Tree…” or the “Flow”.
May I share this one in its whole?

I meant “Sculpture by the sea” of course. Just one more question – until when will the exhibition be on?

Hi Layla! Hope you are well in your wee corner of the world (and not getting too cold with winter coming).

Sculpture by the Sea finished on Sunday. It always starts in the last week of October. We were up at 5.30am one morning so we could get there at a time when it wasn’t crawling with people!

Hopefully one day, you can come with us! 🙂

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