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Sculpture by the Sea for 2013
runs from Thursday 24th October to Sunday 10th November. These pictures were taken on Friday 25th October.
Sculpture by the Sea for 2012
ran from Thursday 18th October to Sunday 4th November. Here are some pictures taken on 23rd of October.
Sculpture by the Sea for 2011
ran from Thursday 3rd November to Sunday 20th November. Here are some pictures taken on 11th of November.
Sculpture by the Sea for 2010
ran from Thursday 28th October to Sunday 14th November. Here are some pictures taken on 4th, 10th and 12th of November.
Sculpture by the Sea for 2009 These pictures were taken on 31st October and 1st November 2009.
Sculpture by the Sea for 2008 Some pictures taken on 17th and 24th October 2008.
Sculpture by the Sea for 2007 The event ran from 1st to 18th November. Here are some pictures taken on 14th November 2007.
Sculpture by the Sea for 2006 ran from 2nd to 19th November. Here are some pictures taken on 17th and 18th November 2006.
Sculpture by the Sea for 2005 ran from 4th to 20th November. These pictures were taken on 14th and 18th November 2005.
Sculpture by the Sea for 2004 ran from 28th October to 14th November. These pictures were taken on 30th and 31st of October 2004 and on 3rd November 2004.
Here are some photos of Sculpture by the Sea 2003 taken on Wednesday 12th November.
Here are photos of Sculpture by the Sea 2002 taken on Saturday 9th November.
Here are photos from Sculpture by the Sea 2001 taken on Saturday 10th November 2001.
Lastly, the earliest photos from Sculpture by the Sea 2000 taken on Sunday 22nd October, 2000.
Pictures on this web site have natural colours. The colours have not been enhanced to make the sculptures look more arty. Furthermore, pictures on this web site include real people interacting with and enjoying the sculptures. Most other sites presenting pictures of these sculptures rarely show people, because it is widely believed that members of the peasant underclasses cannot appreciate artistic creations such as these sculptures. The presence of the lower orders in a photograph detracts from the works of art.
The comments above are dedicated to John Fardell, his comic strip "The Critics", the uproarious English magazine "Viz" and the British word "chav" which has no exact equivalent in Australia.
Here is the official home page of Sculpture by the Sea and it has greatly improved since the unusable disasters of a few years ago. Lots of recent photos and a link to Flickr too.
Please give a gold coin donation when you visit, as they do not have as much money as you might think.
Last Updated - Friday, 25th October 2013.
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