We’ve never found a better public art event anywhere in the world than Sydney’s wonderful Sculpture by the Sea.
Of course it helps to have a spectacular location, perched on the cliff tops with views across Bondi Beach and Tamarama.
There are just over a hundred artworks, and they attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. At dawn the two kilometre stretch is the domain of the joggers and the dog-walkers.
Oh, and the early morning surfers enjoy it too.
It’s on every year, around the end of October and early November. It’s well worth planning a trip to Sydney, just for this.
9 responses to “SCULPTURE FOR ALL FOR FREE”
Great photos! I really enjoy the interactive spray bottles & shell this year. Always fun to check out the new SBTS installments 🙂
Dominique, we really liked the bottles too. Tamarama Beach always seems to be the place where they put the quirky, witty, interactive pieces.
What a wonderful shot of Tamara Beach. Only saw the spray bottles first trawl through. Second time I saw the ocean and the cliffs. Great photo.
Thanks, Angela. Being ‘westies’ we common folk don’t get to the Sydney beaches very often. When we do, we always say ‘We have to do this more often.’ SBTS provides a great annual excuse.
Some good stuff there Richard, I especially like the Barbara Licha piece!
Yes, any of the pieces that encourage the viewer to look through them to the sea and horizon beyond work very well, Andrew.
I love this! I wanna see it someday!
It’s on at this time every year – I hope for many years to come.
You got some great shots this year, Richard. Thanks for sharing.