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Sculpture through the Sea – Bondi Beach, Sydney – First a part of the Sculpture Art Exhibition

Sculpture through the Sea – Part 1 close to Bondi Beach, Sydney.

“Sculpture by the Sea” is a huge annual outside sculpture exhibition in Sydney Australia, open to the general public at no cost, that includes sculptures made through Australian and world sculpture artists. The sculpture exhibition options artists receiving awards in more than a few classes. together with:
– Sculpture Prize
– The Helen Lempriere Scholarships
– Sydney Water Environmental Sculpture Prize
– People’s Choice Prize
– NAB Kids’ Choice Prize
– Art Gallery Society of NSW Prize
– The Waverley Council Mayor’s Prize
– The Icebergs Dining Room and Bar Signature Prize
– The Andrea Stretton Memorial Invitation
– The Icebergs Dining Room and Bar Signature Prize
– The Damon Courtenay Memorial Young Sculptor Prize
– The Sculpture Inside Curators Prize

“Sculpture by the Sea” 2012 used to be a public sculpture exhibition alongside the general public walkway which runs alongside the coast from Bondi Beach (includiing Marks Park) to Gaerloch Reserve, Tamamara, Sydney, Australia. The exhibition featured huge paintings on show to the general public. The sculpture artists displayed a few of their works in a unique gallery situated in Marks Park, Sydney, Australia.

The sculpture exhibition used to be open to the general public at no cost.

16TH ANNUAL BONDI EXHIBITION
Sculpture through the Sea, Bondi 2012.

Sculpture through the Sea used to be situated alongside the Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach coastal stroll.

See the impressive Bondi to Tamarama coastal stroll reworked right into a 2km lengthy transient sculpture park that includes over 100 sculptures through artists from Australia and the world over.

Sculpture through the Sea used to be probably the most global’s biggest unfastened to the general public occasions.

Sculpture through the Sea, Bondi used to be held all over Thursday 18 October – Sunday four November 2012 from Bondi to Tamarama coastal stroll, Sydney, Australia.

The video is the primary a part of the artwork exhibition beginning close to Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia.

Sculpture through the Sea – Bondi Beach, Sydney – First a part of the Sculpture Art Exhibition

6 Comments

  1. thewhippetbeans on 01/11/2012 at 7:26 pm

    what a brilliant location to exhibit……… amazing pieces everywhere!

  2. thewhippetbeans on 01/11/2012 at 7:30 pm

    my favourite has to be the little multi-coloured dudes trapped in the cracks of the cliff 🙂

  3. Rea Life on 02/11/2012 at 7:32 am

    That was a good one. There were 100 of those little guys hidden in the cracks of the cliff.

  4. deadbeatblast on 11/11/2012 at 1:25 pm

    lol seriously some of these artists should get their heads out of their asses…

  5. Kodar Sydney on 07/12/2012 at 1:26 am

    Sydney is such a vibrant city… We have the best of everything… Our restaurants/food to our fashion industries have boomed SO far and reached all corners, we have more shops and restaurants than any other city in the country, and NOW our art museums and public art’s are becoming iconinc – I don’t understand how MELBOURNE claims the tital of the culural city, i think since last year, Sydney has reclaimed the tital 🙂

  6. Gary Crockett on 15/09/2016 at 1:51 am

    Hi The Familyguy, I’m a curator with the Museum of Sydney and we are preparing an exhibition on Sydney beaches for this summer. I’m hoping you might allow us to use some of your fantastic footage in our exhibition video. My number is 0409 2490 590 or email garyc@sydneylivingmuseums.com. I’m happy to run you through the project if you want more info and of course get you and your family complimentary entry to the exhibition, if you like. Best wishes, Gary Crockett

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