|Like a flower in the swaying wind - by Hiroyuki Kita|
|Galo de Barcelos (Barcelos rooster)|
|Chicken Cafreal - by Subodh Kerkar|
This one came from Portugal though - "Plastic World" represents a world made with plastic rubbish found in the oceans, and is the work of Carole Purnelle and Nuno Maia.
This lovely bronze sculpture by Iraqui born, WA resident Ayad Alqaragholli is called "Embrace".
Western Australian artist Richie Kuhaupt made this pallet and Nolfolk Pine sculpture to bring awareness to the envirnoment.
These 5 mountains of rubbish were created with 80,000 milk bottle lids and 185,000 cable ties, is called "Over Consumption" and was the work of WA artist Kerrie Argent, and she won the WA Sculptor Scholarship prize of $5000.
|Details of bottle caps from previous photo|
Whale shark, created by Olivia Samec and James Moe from WA, was made with hundreds of empty bottles filled with water and blue dye.
This bright yellow metal sculpture entitled "Tusk" is by John Clement from the USA
Another bright one are these 3 giant "Pillows" from Brazilian Geraldo Zamproni.
"Bulk Carrier" wine cask (boxed wine) by WA artist Norton Flavel was for sure one of the most popular and most photographed sculptures. This type of bag was actually an Australian invention, and this 4mt square inflatable made with PVC and epoxy resin surely dominated the beach.
"Solar Jayne" by WA artist Geoffrey Drake-Brokman is based on a body mould of WA ballet dancer Jayne Smeulders, with solar panels that allowed the sculpture to rotate. Here the artist was fixing something. In the background you can see the "Indiana Tea house".
|A view of Cottesloe Beach with some of the sculptures|