"Water Dreaming" was a collaboration of 3 Aboriginal artists - Shorty Jangala Robertson, Nicole Bailey and Trisha Lee, under the name Warlukurlangu Collaboration - made using 250 pvc balls half buried in the sand, based on the Aboriginal dot paintings.
At the far end you can see the Indiana Tea House building, a popular eating venue at the top and the Surf Lifesavers Club at beach level.
|Warlukurlangu Collaboration - "Water Dreaming"|
|Water Dreaming - seen from the top|
Western Australian artist (Addam) Marwah Eid, presented "Cultural complexities of a wandering spirit", made of stainless steel and brass, and draped over the stone walls/steps down to the beach.
|Addam Marwah Eid - Cultural complexities of a wandering spirit|
"Primordial" by WA artist Tony Davis, was made with Blackbutt and Jarrah woods, resembling the Bungle Bungle range in the Kimberley region of Western Australia as you can see from photo below this one.
Keizo Ushio from Japan presented "Oshi Zokei Hexagonal" and at the far end you can see a yellow metal sculpture called "Spline" from WA artist Mark Grey-Smith.
Some art works are self-explanatory, others are a bit vague, some names suit the piece, others don't have much meaning, to me anyway. But artists are artists...
With so many pieces it's hard to pick a favourite, but I would go with the slender glass piece "m130901".
As I was leaving the beach I saw this striking vintage VW Kombi and remembered how years ago when living in Germany we used to own an orange one that had been transformed into a camping van. Good times we had travelling through Europe!!