Once again Sculpture by the Sea - Cottesloe did not disappoint.
The diversity in the designs and mediums were fantastic. This year was more of a family outing for us. In years past I could take my time and appreciate each sculpture. This time around it was more about which sculpture grabbed and kept the attention of our little ones long enough for me to take a few pictures. Which ever way you get to see Sculptures by the Sea, it is well worth the trip.
We arrived early hoping that there wouldn't be too many people but in true WA fashion, families were out and about enjoying themselves. Needless to say, it was packed. The interesting task now was to try and take pictures without people in them.
With this new fast pace, kid friendly and crowded approach, I focused on medium and design. Try to guess what the sculpture looks like by its medium (close up images).
Here are a few of our favourites:
'Cycles (2012)' by Benjamin Storch (VIC)
'Signature' by Johannes Pannekoek (WA)
'Rescheduling Permanence' by Helen Seiver (WA)
'Bulk Carrier' by Norton Flavel (WA)
'Fetch (2012)' by The Winged Collective (VIC)
'Once Removed' by Robert Barnstone
'There's many a slip twixt the cup and the lip' by Ken Unsworth AM (NSW)
'Solar Jayne' by Geoffrey Drake-Brockman (WA)
'Overconsumption' by Kerrie Argent (WA)
'Wave 1' by Annette Thas
'Permanent Sunset' by Alejandro Propato (Argentina)
To see more Sculpture by the Sea - Cottesloe 2014 click HERE to go to the official website.