Britt Mikkeslen talks about her work ‘Ocean Lace’ when it was exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015
Britt Mikkelsen recalls beach-combing at an age when the little things mattered. Likewise, this tiny fragment found at South Cottesloe has been enlarged 700 times, revealing its fragile beauty. ‘Ocean Lace’ is now installed at Sculpture Encounters, Granite Island.
Hamish McMillan, ‘Converge’, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2018. Video by Richard Watson.
See spectacular footage of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2018 filmed from above and up close on beautiful Cottesloe beach. Thanks to our videographer Richard Watson for filming and editing.
Every March, the spectacular Cottesloe beach is transformed into an open air gallery for Sculpture by the Sea, one of the world’s largest free to the public, outdoor sculpture exhibitions. And while it may seem to happen by magic, have you ever wondered what it takes for our artists– who hail from both WA and…
Thanks to the support of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe Founding Sponsor and Major Partner Alcoa, we are pleased to announce the recipient of the Alcoa Sculptor Subsidy for 2018, local WA artist Stuart Green. Stuart’s work will showcase aluminium, in the form of a chaotic assembly of a cloud structure reflecting electrical storms both…
Destination NSW has captured 60 seconds worth of beautiful footage of our Bondi exhibition.
353,000 miles paid for by the artist! That’s how far the international and interstate artists freight their sculptures to Bondi from all over the world. Here is Peter Lundberg from Vermont telling his story about getting his 10m high 40 ton sculpture to Bondi. Buy a mile for $1 to help the artists get their…
Aqualand presents the Artist Interview series: James Dive discusses his work ‘What a Tasty Looking Burger’ which is now installed on the coastal walk, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi until 5 November 2017