This was our plane to Sydney. Some of the Qantas fleet have custom paint jobs, like this one, which features aboriginal art.
Detail of the artwork in the room.
This is one of my favorite installations in Sydney. Called “Memory is Creation Without End” by Kimio Tsuchiya, the work consists of a spiral of discarded sandstone architectural elements, salvaged from old buildings long since demolished.
We went to The Rocks to check out the market on Saturday morning. This mural was part of a local community gym complex.
Beautiful aboriginal art stacked in a window in a shop in The Rocks.
Located where The Rocks meet Circular Quay, the Sydney Museum of Contemporary art is an incredible institutional looking Art Deco building with this brilliant sculpture standing guard at its entrance.
The colorful scrap art in the communal hostel kitchen/computer room.
One of a series of 5 clever, evocative sculptures, styled like ship figureheads, by Bruce Armstrong and Geoffrey Bartlett called “Constellation”.
Some beautiful pavement chalk art, in various stages of fading away.
I photographed these sculptures mostly for my dad. They’re an interesting mix of marble and ceramic, and are placed along the Yarra riverfront (along with a lot of other amazing public art).