Friday, March 8, 2019

Sculpture by the Sea 2019.. IV



The last time Aimee was persuaded to 'photo bombed' WA artist Denise Pepper's work was here (will have to scroll down a bit). Her piece for this year's Sculpture by the Sea 'SEQUINtial Reflections' was positioned on a slope making it slightly challenging to get more than the top of her red locks into frame :) Created in aluminum, stainless steel and steel fixings SEQUINtial Reflections 'follows on from last year's photo bomb and continues the opportunity to explore our fascination for what is shiny and glitters'.. A fascination for all that glitters is just one of the many things Aimee had in common with her Nan 💛


'Women in Bronze' above by Melbourne artist Sonya Payes looks amazing sitting on the pristine white sand of Cottesloe beach with the Indian Ocean glinting in the background. The Artist's statement 'This work invites the viewer to explore an internal self-reflection, extending themes of regeneration in an anthropocene world where humanity has become the dominant influence on climate and the environment'.


Below created in corten steel 'Shifting Horizons' by Perth based artist April Pine..definitely one to come back and take in the setting sun. The artist's statement 'A series of Corten figures individual in density. Their presence is reduced to line work as a means of mapping and engaging with the horizon. Stoic in posture the works are reflective and considered as watchful guardians'..
 
 
Hopefully you aren't all 'art'ed out' yet.. a few more to come :)  Happy Friday, take care and stay safe..


21 comments:

  1. True Righteousness!! An Amazing Eye There Perth. Well Done

    Cheers

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  2. I'm enjoying all of these even though I'm never too sure what the artist is getting at. Their explanations only make it worse!

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  3. I like the Shifting Horizons the best of these, Grace!

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  4. The shifting horizons is by the same artist as last year's dogs that are now in Point Walter park. They are all beautiful!

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  5. ...sand between your toes and art galore, how wonderful.

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  6. Shifting Horizons is incredibe, it's my favorite too. Super images, Grace.

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  7. It's very busy at the beach with so many sculptures to see. I like Shifting Horizons.

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  8. LOL! Hello Aimee!

    'Shifting Horizons' is my favourite.

    All the best Jan

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  9. I love seeing all this art on the beach. I'm delighted there's more to come.

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  10. It’s great to see Aimee even though it is at a distance.

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  11. The first one looks like it's made out of buttons :-o

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  12. These are amazing. There is so much talent represented here. Awesome.

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  13. Oh, Grace, I so had to laugh as you are quicker than me!
    When I "shot" the beautiful lady in the black hat sat just the same, but the man was walking away already, can you believe that!!!
    A hello to Aimee, I captured The Simpsons, I´ll e-mail you.

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  14. It is a great edition this year, everything looks so creative!

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  15. You don't know how much I like these sculptures, Grace !
    Wonderful series.

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  16. Oh how I wish I was there to see all these fabulous wonderful creative imaginative sculptures with my own eyes. And to be displayed in a beach environment, even better.

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  17. You do have some amazing art work over there. Cheers Diane

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  18. Yes! Again her popping in really makes the art stand out! Very fun. I like these faces, very intense and the couple hugging might be my favorite!

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  19. All so intriguing...Love the sense of interaction with the setting...

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