The biennial Sculpture at Bathers exhibition will return to the Bathers Beach Arts Precinct, Fremantle in 2020. In a unique survey of contemporary Western Australian sculpture, it will present the works of 100 established and emerging artists.
Sarah Elson Anigozanthus (eudamonia hybrid)
The subject and materiality of Sarah Elson’s sculpture speak explicitly, yet intimately, of transience, ephemerality, sensuality and recipricocity.
Peter Zappa Lines on the Sand
“My approach to sculpture is traditional, in that I use metal to create sculpture that explores my interest in perception. I do this by translating my drawings which are two dimensional into real objects within space. Although my aesthetic is visually light-hearted, my approach is always considered.”
Northam resident Nic Compton makes large-scale artworks relating both thematically and materially to the natural world.
Russell established himself as an icon in the Southwest during the 1990s, where his public art has shaped the culture and the visual character of Bunbury and the region.
“Conceived in the Netherlands, born in Australia, raised a global being born and bred with the movement of constant migration stirring my blood. constantly surveying my surroundings, with a notion of possible realities.”
Bathers Beach Arts Precinct 15th February until 2nd March 2020
Fremantle Ports Supporting Sculpture at Bathers in 2020
Fremantle Ports is proudly supporting the creation of a large-scale artwork ‑ and the public can participate in it.