Project Description

2022 Sculpture by the Bay

The event has regrettably had to be cancelled due to the uncertain environment surrounding the spread of Covid-19 in Western Australia during the lead up to the March Long Weekend when the exhibition was planned to be held. There are no awards for the 2022 cancelled event.

There is still the opportunity to purchase some wonderful, outdoor sculptures from those artists who are showcased below. Many of the 61 artists from around the state who were due to exhibit at SBB2022 have decided not to exhibit online here but, hope to be able to present their work at SBB2023.

Sculptures displayed below in the 2022 Online Gallery are for sale, and may be purchased by sending a purchase request including which sculpture it is you wish to buy, via the Contact Us button. Please be aware that the purchase price includes GST where applicable but, does not include delivery or, installation by the artist.

Metamorphosis
by Rod Barnes.
W100cm x L150cm x H200cm
Kallaroo

A worn out and neglected car, with love and time, morphs into a beautiful mechanical butterfly. Nothing is beyond change. Beauty and grace surround us. We can alter ourselves, our lives, our planet.

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$6,000

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Romulus and Remus
by Lesley Barrett.
W360cm x L170cm x H95cm
Medina

I have started out with four rolls of recycled, mild steel – just wanted to see where it took me. And what a journey it was!

$9,500

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I Wish I Could
by Voytek Kozlowski.
W22cm x L227cm x H227cm
Quedjinup

Reliving my dreams as a child – to be able to fly and be free.

$8,800

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The Longboard
by David Barbour.
W10cm x L45cm x H240cm
Bunbury

Surfing the waves and getting dumped onto the beach one by one, realigned and ready to surf once again. Long live the Longboard.

$6,000

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Ocean Icon #1
by Simon Flesher.
W50cm x L50cm x H300cm
Como

A nautical sculpture inspired by the navigational and ocean markers that provide guidance along WA’s coast. Made from recycle timber, part construction scrap metal and concrete.

$3,000

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Universe II
by Kevin Singer.
W56cm x L56cm x H145cm
Yallingup

Sculpture that plays with the imagination appeals to all ages. A tactile, human-like work creating an illusion by suspending two hands to reciprocally embrace a universe – yet how does it work?

$18,800

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Maggie Amongst the Oaks
by Tony Pankiw.
W17cm x L60cm x H70cm
Innaloo

The Western Australian Magpie enjoying the spoils of an imported natural woodland. This particular oak imagery has been derived from trees located at Osborne Park Hospital.

$1,500

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Pete the Sheep
by Veronica McGrath.
W40cm x L110cm x H80cm
Woodbridge

Pete the Sheep is growing just fine with his fleece of bailer twine. Found materials sculpture – chicken wire, brown paper bags, bailer twine.

$1,100

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Poised
by John Eyres.
W40cm x L70cm x H70cm
Quindalup

I am a great lover of nature and particularly enjoy the great diversity in the shapes and colours of fish and birds. I use flat copper sheet and a variety of tools to produce the three dimensions and, I patinate the copper using chemicals.

$4,500

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Spring Time Totem
by Kay Manolas.
W28cm x L28cm x H160cm
Quindalup

This totem is inspired by the Australian landscape and the transition into spring.

$2,300
SOLD

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Stealth Birdhouse
by Keith Lush.
W40cm x L45cm x H180cm
Yallingup

Stealth Birdhouse disappears in to the surrounding forest, then as you walk around, it reappears.

$1100
ON HOLD

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