Dotted across the beach, groyne and foreshore parks, many of the pieces also hit on themes of beach debris while others play on ‘larger than life’ concepts.
A graveyard of surfboards becomes an obstacle course for children running through the sand, while strands of neon-coloured string draw visitors’ gazes skywards.
A fluorescent thought bubble light gets many people thinking, as does Aquarium by Marina DeBris, full of ocean species made from litter.
Seagulls join in the balancing act of Ayad Alqaragholli’s Embrace, built in a Wangara studio, while a pillar of faded towels stitch out the names of WA beaches.
The scale of works range from the oversized goon bag, which bounces in the breeze, and an exaggerated pencil sharpener, to miniature people perched on top of stone cores.
Curious crowds have wandered between the pieces since it opened on March 7, with the exhibition again proving to be an interactive attraction.
Sculptures by the Sea features 74 pieces and will end on March 24.