Sculpture by the Sea is a large outdoor art exhibit, featuring a variety of sculpture and artists. Here are 15 of my favorites from this years exhibit.
Joe Sorren, an old favorite of mine, paints and sculpts dramatic characters and scenes. If you happen to be near the Los Angeles area, you may be able to catch Joe Sorren’s opening this weekend, Saturday, November 6.
The sculpture of Andrew Lewicki is playful and transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary. Ordinary cinderblocks are replaced with giant concrete lego blocks. An ordinary manhole cover becomes a delicious, iconic cookie.
In complete contrast from yesterday’s post, Leopold van de Ven creates sculpture with minimal color drawing attention to the construction of the object.
By now you may have seen the car commercial, I can’t find it at the moment, showing a magnetic liquid sculpture as the theme. I had to find out who did these and am astounded by the images and video I found. Sachiko Kodama, part artist and part physicist, is the creator behind these fascinating works.
Tokujin Yoshioka’s work lives somewhere between art and architecture. Yoshioka’s latest work, “Snow” will be a part of the exhibit, “Sensing Nature” opening this Saturday, July 24 at the Mori Art Museum.