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Sculptures by the Sea.

Sculptures by the Sea.
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I booked our flights to Penang in Malaysia with street art being the main lure. We spent two days just following a map and exploring these masterpieces.

However you don’t always have to travel far to discover street art.

Did you know that the City of Frankston in Melbourne’s South East has some amazing hidden gems?

From August 2016 ten new public sculptures have been introduced at popular locations across Frankston City.  On loan from Scultpture by the Sea they are adding conversation starters to ten outdoor spaces.

Its a great way to explore a city and best of all it’s free! Join Woody and I on our adventures across the city!

 

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‘The Navigator’ by Calvert and Schiltz
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‘Intervention’ by Mike Van Dam
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‘Sea Breeze’ by Yamasaki
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‘Catch Me’ by Keld Moseholm

Alongside these 10 sculptures Melbourne Murals have been creating beautiful pieces around the city laneways, libraries and shops.

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Thompson Laneway

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We hope you enjoy your art adventure. For more of Frankstons free art head here and explore with Miss Morni Penni.

Have you explored the sculptures? do you have a favourite?


Here are some more details on exactly where you will find them.

  • ‘Cycle of Life – Longevity’ by Ron Gomboc
    Located out front of the Frankston Private Hospital
  • ‘Mirage’ by Deirdre Mair and Harry Sitt
    Located in front of the Frankston Yacht Club on the beach
  • ‘Intervention’ by Mike Van Dam
    Located in front of the Seaford Life Saving Club on the beach
  • Transfiguration link mobius XV by Mitsuo Takeuichi
    Located at Kananook Creek Boulevard near South East Water
  • ‘The Navigator’ by Calvert and Schiltz
    Located at Keast Park in Seaford
  • ‘Sea Breeze’ by Yamasaki
    Located at Frankston Library Forecourt
  • ‘Pot Will Move’ by Yoshio Nitta
    Located on Baxter Street rail overpass, Frankston
  • Murals in various locations in laneways and outside the Library.



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