3D

The final exhibition line-up will be decided by YOU!

The entries with the highest average rating will have the opportunity to include their work in an in-person exhibition. Please place your votes below, or you can learn more here.

Entry 21

Greta (anagram) save by Peter Betts

Carved figure depicting a well known climate activist diving in goalkeeper style to save the earth. Entirely hand carved without the use of power tools from a single Hazel wood l log sourced from Whitebeam Woods.

Size: w11 x h30cm

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Entry 56

Seascape by Shan Orr-Ewing

Fused glass slumped trinket dish with silver leaf inclusion.

Size: w1 x h9cm

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Entry 25

Ten Green Bottles by Angela Bolton

Ten green bottles from the song. Brick wallpaper with green bottles screwed on.

Size: w122 x h20cm

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Entry 70

Wood, Plastic, Wire, and Light by Peter Cordiner

An assembly of natural and manufactured objects to create one cohesive item.

Size: w9.5 x h29cm

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Entry 24

Dragonfly by Sam Wilson

Wall hanging sculpture. Forged mild steel body, with laser cut and planished brass wings, riveted together.

Size: w35 x h35cm

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Entry 15

Autumn by Sarah Bridgland

Glass fusion.

Size: w25 x h25cm

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Entry 4

Havaianas the Humpback by Carmen Agate

Made entirely from trash I’ve collected during beach cleans on Lancing beach. Beach plastic glued onto canvas. All the usual suspects are here; straws, cotton buds, cable ties, bottle and pen lids, stirrers and single use cutlery, fishing gear, sweet and crisp wrappers, flip flops and beach shoe inner soles. And much, much more!Made to try to turn beach trash into treasure and to highlight the amount of plastic in our seas.

Size: w60 x h50cm

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Entry 7

Obelisk by Margaret Ruxton

I have been working in textiles all year life and changed to 3D work after many years of quilting. I use English piece method to make the blocks and use fabrics from the vast collection I have amassed over the years. The obelisk is designed to be easily transported a has an engineered structure to keep it stable. The plinth it sits on secures every thing.

Size: w37 x h200cm

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Entry 55

Starshell by Geraldine Leal

Shells found on the beach, arranged in the shape of a shell, land art about materialism and the human destruction of our planet.

Size: w14 x h22cm

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Entry 69

Pain by Sal Longhurst

Clay tablet with rose thorns. The word pain is written in braille expressing the difficulty of communication, not only for those who have sight impairment, but for us all, at times.

Size: w8 x h9.5cm

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3D

The final exhibition line-up will be decided by YOU!

The entries with the most votes will have the opportunity to include their work in an in-person exhibition. Please place your votes below, or you can learn more here.