Sculpture by the Sea and Frankston City Council Enrich Frankston with a New Selection of Sculptural Art

Posted: May 3, 2016 / News


Sculpture by the Sea is delighted to work alongside Frankston City Council to organise the loan of a series of public artworks to be installed across public spaces within the city.  The local and wider community will be treated to a series of approximately 10 striking outdoor sculptures prominently featured in recent Sculpture by the Sea exhibitions.  Sculptures by Keizo Ushio, Deidre Mair and Harry Stitt and Mike Van Dam give a flavour of the variety of works to be enjoyed in complimentary locations on the waterfront, local parks, community centres and libraries.  Sculpture by the Sea is pleased to represent and further support the numerous artists involved as well as Frankston City Council as it endeavours to make the arts further accessible and develop arts and culture throughout the region.

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