"Skin Cube" a 2,44mt high and wide cube by Danish artist Louise Sparre, modelled on her own skin onto pvc prints skin glued to plywood.
Sydney artist Elyssa Sykes-Smith, presents "The Break Wall" displayed on the rocks of the breakwater. She usually uses discarded pieces of wood for her sculptures.
Western Australian trio Tim Burns, Gary Carter and Tatjana Seserko covered a camping van in foil and silver paint - "Homeless Carapace".
I just wonder how they got the van down on the beach?
The year of the Pig (2016) is here represented by "Pig of Fortune #2"by South Korean Tae-Geun Yang. A metal structure with lots of rings and a tree sprouting from it's tail.
Perth artist Mikaela Castledine presented a collection of 6 Buddhist Stupas entitled "Big Intentions" inspired by her visit to Myanmar (Burma) in steel and crochet.
Mikaela won the $10000 WA Sculptor scholarship in the 2013 exhibition with the black crocheted crows - "Tokyo Crows".
Another beautiful sculpture made of wood called " " - meaning "Beacon" in Danish, by German architecture firm KWY, in collaboration with Lise Kassow (Danish), Ricardo Gomes (Portuguese) and Ben Allen (English).
I hope it wins some sort of award as it's really an amazing piece!
|Seen from above, with the Skin Cube to the left|
Hope you enjoyed seeing a few more sculptures and I'll end this series in the next post.
You can read my other posts on the 2016 Sculpture by the Sea via these links: