April Pines Tidal
Soon after, Isabella Lleo Castells The Doubting Column.
At the top of the Bondi Headland, this gleaming sphere.
I stopped to speak to artists and particularly loved this sculpture that was made by Keisho Ushi out of Spanish granite and Japanese white granite. He was delighted with this work which he called Endless Eternity and we chatted about the way he polished one part of the granite while exposing the rough edges of the other part. He has exhibited here 22 times and was particularly happy to see this looking out not only to the ocean but also to Waverley Cemetery.
Here he is.
Tony Davis Folly Interstice was a magnificent shard.
The icing on the cake or the cherry must have been this one.
I have to say the whole exhibition captivated me, hook line and sinker - a bit like this giant one.
These are only a few of the sculptures that are on display. There are many more and each one is impressive in its own right as well as the hard work of many artists who have their own stories to tell about their creations.
This is a free exhibition and a must-see! It is on until the 7th of November. For more information, go to the link here.