The invitational exhibition will display sculptures made only by the best and well-known WA artists, as well as a number of works by emerging young sculptors.
Beaconsfield artist Matthias Dickmann, who will be taking part in the event, said his piece was a kinetic piece that used the wind as its source of energy.
‘It is like a dance that involves two blades that are constantly finding the position of last resistance and the movement is completely unpredictable, therefore mesmerizing,’ he said.
‘I am happy to be a part of Sculpture@Bathers and hope that people enjoy seeing the wind in action.
‘It is an opportunity to see WA artists and is a great survey of what’s going on in the studios across our state.’
Sculpture@Bathers is at Bathers Beach from March 15 to April 1.