Sculpture by the Sea

Posted: October 21, 2016 by Mo Crow in art exhibitions, It's Crow Time
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norton-flavel_fluidFluid  Norton Flavel
stainless steel
“A reference to the notion of significance.”
annie-levitch_reality-tvReality TV
Anne Levitch
corten steel
alice-mcauliffe_concrete-carpetConcrete Carpet Alice McAuliffe
carpet design rendered by high pressure water cleaner
zheng-yuan-lu_chronic-seriesChronic Series Zheng Yuan Lu
black marble
“… Lu uses his art form to express what lies in between everyday experience and the indescribable.”
nicole-larkin_dynamics-in-impermanenceDynamics in Impermanence  Nicole Larkin
birch plywood
cave-urban_the-golden-hourThe Golden Hour  Cave Urban
bamboo, steel
“The paradox of the sun begins and ends with a golden hour at the horizon. Sunrise and sunset are twins in spectacle but strangers in meaning; in a single day they declaim renewal and extinction.”
harrie-fasher_transitionTransition
Harrie Fasher
mild steel, plate, pipe, round bar and fixings
“… Transition depicts the energy required for movement between worlds. …”
mimi-dennett_measuring-the-skyMeasuring the Sky
Mimi Dennett
painted aluminium
tony-davis_follyFolly Tony Davis
jarrah wood, corten steel, pinus radiata, mild steel
margarita-sampson_dearestDearest Margarita Sampson
steel, wood, ply, structural foam, fibreglass, textiles
“Don’t get too comfortable.”
Old Man Crow enjoying the lushness, love how Margie encourages the public to interact with her work!
Sculpture by the Sea

Comments
  1. I love the concrete carpet and the way it has been achieved is even better. The ‘luurve’ seat at the end is so much fun, no wonder everyone is enjoying it.

  2. Jane Bodnaruk says:

    Rod looks exceedingly comfortable!

  3. vintagewithlaces says:

    The sofa looks a bit creepy but I love everything else. Thank you for sharing, Mo!

  4. Like some “Measuring the Sky”, but like the Sea most of all.

  5. deemallon says:

    i love the quote: sunsets are “twins in spectacle but strangers in meaning”. loaded words. poetic. not sure what they mean (never mind what sun rises and sun sets mean), but they will be worth sitting with today. They’ve grabbed me. And speaking of being grabbed, it looks as though Old Man Crow might have been lucky to escape with his life. That pink couch looks hungry to me, especially for a masculine tidbit!

  6. fiberels says:

    WOW special Mo, and sooooo many different things !

  7. handstories says:

    “Dearest” reminds me of an old “Raven and Octopus Woman” story…where she wraps each arm around him in a “hug” till it’s too late for him! My favorite are “The Golden Hour” & “Measuring the Sky”. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Midori says:

    What a remarkable installation of fascinating art. Thanks for posting!

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