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North Shore Times
RAE Bolotin wants people to move around her sculptures and observe the vibrant changing colours.
She is exhibiting two pieces of work, titled Two Seeds, at the 14th annual Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi from October 28 to November 14.
As people walk along the coastal trail which will showcase sculptures from more than 100 artists from around the world, Bolotin said it was the perfect place to show off her unique pieces.
"The vibrancy of their colour is exciting," said the Lane Cove artist. "One of them has a ‘mirror' polish which will reflect the sun, sea and grass-I think they'll both vibrate with life because of all the energy around them."
The world's largest annual free-to-the-public outdoor sculpture exhibition draws more than 400,000 people.
Bolotin's latest sculptures are inspired by seeds found in the gardens.
An esteemed artist, Bolotin was a finalist in the Wynne Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW, was short listed for the Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award in Victoria and was the winner of the Willoughby City Art Prize.
She also has a solo show called Seeds at Waterloo's Stella Downer Fine Art Gallery from October 26 to November 20.Click here to view the full article