Sculpture by the Sea 2011 in Sydney: outdoor art exhibition on a beach in Australia
The rusty steel monoliths of Steve Croquett's 'Heads Up' dominate Tamarama Beach during the 15th annual Sculpture By The Sea exhibition in Sydney. Works by over 100 artists from around the world are on display along the sandstone cliffs of the Pacific coast until November 20.
'I have been dreaming to be a tree' by Byeong Doo Moon
Stephen Marr - 'The Golden Buddha's Seaside Holiday'
'Tortoise' by Mark Swartz, Reuben Solomon & Charmaine Tung
Children look at an installation titled "The Predators in the Park" by Belinda Villani
A woman pretends to wait for a drop of water while standing under Simon McGrath's sculpture 'Who Left The Tap On'
'Toads on Tour' by Hannah Kidd
Alan and Julie Aston's fibreglass zebras entitled 'Simply Black & White'
Deborah Halpern - 'Ship Of Fools'
Corey Thomas' sculpture "The Midget Attacks" lies on Tamarama Beach
Chava Kuchar - 'The Hazard'
People walk under 'Look This Way' by Ken Unsworth
Two people pretend to be a mirror image of each other in Jane Gillings' sculpture, 'Provenance (a gift frame)'
'The Nail' by Juan Pablo Pinto and Clary Akon
'The Ruin' by Marcus Tatton
'Birds of a feather (a curious flock)' by Geoff Harvey
Visitors stand at Richard Tipping's sculpture 'Private Poetry'
A French tourist tries out Rajesh Sharma's 'Indian Coca-cola'
A sailboat pass is seen through an installation titled "Isometric Trinity" by Fatih Semiz
Two people photograph 'Ammonite 2006' by Bert Flugelman
K.M.S.E - 'The Best Of Perth'
Orest Keywan - 'Above The Line'
Sculptures line the cliff top during the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition