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All images copyright Sculpture by the Sea Sculpture Glossary Abstract: not representational or concerned with depicting something actual or easily recognisable. The use of basic elements seen in an object and rearranged /reassembled to create another shape or pattern which may or may not suggest a theme or subject matter. The use of shapes and colour to express an emotion or idea. Philip Spelman, ylang-ylang, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2003. Photo Jack Bett. Assemblage: the combination of natural, manufactured or found materials to create three-dimensional art objects. Lou Lambert, red herring, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2012. Photo Viviane Dalles. Environmental: artworks that use materials or ideas that reference the land, environment, and the natural world. Lorna Green, wave, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 1998. Photo Clyde Yee. Ephemeral: an artwork that is temporary, existing for a limited period of time. The artwork may be documented and recorded via film, photography or writte...