Sculpture by the Sea is an annual art’s festival that is put on in Sydney, Australia with over 100 sculptures along the 2km Bondi to Tamarama Coastal Walk. It is considered the world’s largest free to the public sculpture exhibition. This year is the 23rd annual Sculpture by the Sea and it will last until November 10th. The event brings over half a million visitors to view the pieces of art that sit beautifully along the ocean created by both local and international artists.
Ever since moving to Bondi, I have been lucky enough to walk and run the coastal walk every day. If you can imagine a long path that follows the coastline with gorgeous beaches, crashing clear blue waves, and surfers catching a ride to shore; then you have pictured the infamous Bondi to Coogee coastal walk. Along with its stunning views, you can find individuals participating in an array of activities such as working out, enjoying the sunshine, reading, surfing, and taking in the views.
The Sculpture by the Sea festival brings an already breathtaking coastline to the next level. It turns the beauty of nature into a real life outdoor museum with art made from artists around the world. Check out my favorite pieces of art from the exhibit below!