Posted on March 10, 2016March 10, 2016 by DestinationsPhoto Gallery: Sculpture by the Sea Follow us on Facebook! Here are a number of additional pictures from Sculpture by the Sea at Cottesloe, Western Australia. The Sun Dial. This large sun dial is a permanent structure and not part of the Sculpture by the Sea exhibit. But it is worth checking out. These sculptures look like giant chess pieces. They are knitted fabric. It’s called Big Intentions and is by Australian artist Mikaela Castledine. Some pieces were extremely simple. This piece is called Rock II by Perdita Phillips. This piece is called “Dust” by Australian sculptor Norton Flavel. A smaller version was for sale in the gift shop for a couple of thousand dollars. This work is like the perspective rooms where things of the same size look different depending on where in the room they are. It’s called Parallel Thinking Space by Australian artist Dale Miles. It won the Rio Tinto grand prize of $50,000. Bubble No. 7 by Chinese artist Qian Sihua. 77 artists from 19 different countries were on display here. Giant shoes. It’s called The First Experience of a Poet # 3 by South Korean sculptor Hyung-Taek Chang. Janis and friend. The sculpture is called Boxed by Harrie Fisher. Book Cave by Australian artist Juliet Lea. Travelling Bag by Chinese artist Yumin Jing. Stainless steel bag with plants inside. Talk about a nice planter! The crane in the background is waiting for the performance artists. Our reflection in the stainless steel piece called City Dreams by Chinese sculptor Gao Xiaowu. A piece of whimsy called “Fun” by Thai artist Naidee Changmoh. Pocono Bud by Taiwanese American artist Tang-Wei Hsu. Very colorful. Two of the three pieces that make up Re: Generation by Australian artist Sonia Payes. It’s very large and was Janis’s favorite piece at the exhibit. Another whimsical piece called Catch Me by Danish sculptor Keld Moseholm. An amusing piece called Eye by Danish artist Anne-Marie Pedersen. The LED screen has a video of an eyeball that is always moving. Performance art in progress! The artist is Chinese photographer Li Wei. High above the beach. Photo taken from the Indiana Restaurant. The model floating in the air on a surfboard. What it may look like with the cables air brushed out. And another pose. And our last three pictures – some of the wild cockatiels from the trees nearby. Three amigos! Buddies. Although wild cockatiels are fairly common in Western Australia, I still get a kick out of seeing them and wan to snap pictures. This one had interesting colours with a pink belly. Follow us on Facebook!