On the pier stood Japanese artist Takeshi Tanabe "A Scene: dedicated to Handel's "The Water music", a beautiful combination of shiny marble and rough stone.
English Ivan Black's work on the pier was entitled "Golden Section" a sort of wind spinner.
It has been purchased by the Town of Cottesloe to be displayed somewhere.
Japanese Keizo Ushio entitled "Gate to the Beach" another elegant marble piece.
"Fun" is an upside down child by Thai national Naidee Changmoh.
Western Australian Ron Gomboc's metallic "From the Beginning to Eternity: Cycle of Life Series".
Harrie Fasher, from New South Wales, an accomplished equestrian uses her skill to portray the horses she loves and their relationship to humans. Here she presents "Boxed"
Barbara Licha, Polish born, now living in Australia, presents this fine wire structure entitle "Listen time passes..."
I couldn't really figure out the connection between these stone shoes (at least the front looks like a shoe) to the title of the work - "The first experience of a poet #3", by South Korean Hyung-Taek Chang.
Chinese artist Gao Xiaowu presents a balloon shaped figure with wings as if to take-off, called "City of Dreams".
Another Chinese artist, Qian Sihua shows us a bright yellow "Bubble no. 7"
This last one by Perth's Perdita Phillips had me baffled. Called "Rock II" it was just a white painted boulder next to hundreds of other boulders of the seabreak.
This must have been the simplest and quickest work of art, but a bit disappointing to me!
I hope you have enjoyed this series. Let me know your opinion on any of them, but I'm quite curious to read what you have to say about this white stone!
If you live in Perth there's still time to visit them until Sunday.
You can read my other post on this year's event: