Gallery: Sculpture by the Sea officially opens at WA’s Cottesloe Beach

One of the world’s largest annual sculpture exhibitions has returned to the shores of Western Australia.

The popular Sculpture by the Sea officially opened on Cottesloe Beach on Friday with 70 stunning sculptures spread out along the shoreline.

The sculptures have been created by artists from around the world, including Japan, Singapore, the United States, Mexico, France and India.

The diverse exhibition, as seen below, is expected to attract thousands of people and visitors have until March 22 to view the incredible pieces.

Camera iconSculpture 35 by Merle Topsi Davis. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  PICTURED: (70) LINDA BOWDEN
Camera iconSculpture 70 by Linda Bowden. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.
Camera iconSculpture 57 by Erica Zaino. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Photo (57) ERICA ZAINO
Camera iconSculpture 57 by Erica Zaino. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Pictured: (25) TANIA SPENCER
Camera iconSculpture 25 by Tania Spencer.

Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculptures by the Sea: the artist Subiaco Monia Allegre who returns to the exhibition in 2022 with a piece entitled
Camera iconSculpture by Monia Allègre. Credit: Michael Wilson/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Pictured - (44) VOXLAB X
Camera iconSculpture 44 by Voxlab X. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Pictured - (56) Heavy Duty
Camera iconSculpture 56 by Heavy Duty. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Pictured: (51) MR RON GOMBOC
Camera iconSculpture 51 by RM Ron Gomboc. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Pictured (47) NEIL TURNER
Camera iconSculpture 47 by Neil Turner. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Pictured - (62) NOAH BIRCH
Camera iconSculpture 62 by Noah Birch. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Picture - (64) MIKAELA CASTLEDINE
Camera iconSculpture 64 by Mikaela Castledine. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Pictured - (5) EIJI HAYAKAWA
Camera iconSculpture 5 by Eiji Hayakawa. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Pictured (48) MARK GRAY-SMITH
Camera iconSculpture 48 by Mark Grey-Smith Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Photo - (33) CHEE KIONG YEO
Camera iconSculpture 33 by Chee Kiong Yeo. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  (33) CHEE KIONG YEO
Camera iconSculpture 33 by Chee Kiong Yeo. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Pictured - (46) SAVAKO
Camera iconSculpture 46 by Savako. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia
Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe this Friday 4 March.  Photo - Axelle Sommier with Solal Sommier - Marwick (2) and dog Telsa with (2) Lone Dingo by Jimmie Rix.
Camera iconSculpture 2 by Jimmie Rix. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/western australia

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