Brighton Jetty Classic Sculptures, SA


Brighton Jetty Classic Sculptures was inspired by Brighton Surf Life Saving Club members after experiencing Sculptures by the Sea at Cottesloe Beach WA. The day I went it was very busy with visitors strolling along the sea front viewing the sculptures while others spent time sailing or swimming with their dogs. I met two lovely Greyhounds walking their owners and shared a table overlooking the beach with an elderly woman, passing the time of day while we chatted and drank our coffees.

All the sculptures have an environmental awareness theme.

fishSculpture based on declining fish stocks

fish escape 2This depicts fish escaping from trawler nets

sculptureI am not sure what this one was about but it did claim to be interactive

Shark!!Shark attack!

elementsThe four elements of wind, water earth and fire

time keeperThe Time Keeper, keeping watch over the exhibition

fish escapeMore fish escaping the nets

legsThis one was about loosing keys on the beach and friends helping to find them.

I think I must of missed a bit?

giraffeThe plight of African wildlife. This was a tall sculpture as I was standing underneath it looking straight up

rubbish binEven the rubbish bins are interesting

yachtViewing the sculptures from a different angle

brighton jettyThe old Brighton jetty was replaced with this rather bland concrete one

Categories: Around Town, Beach and Sea, Jetty, Other Things, WelcomeTags: ,

5 comments

  1. You have captured an amazing set of photos of the exhibition the beach setting for the sculptures was brilliant.

  2. Oh my goodness….these make me extremely melancholic… Beautiful pictures

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