Australian Sculpture.

.Elegant, Large scale, Highly-finished 

Australian outdoor sculpture Artpark

Welcome to ARTpark!

ARTPark facilitates exciting and innovative Australian sculpture exhibitions in Sydney and across Australia, by offering free exhibitions in highly visible and visited public spaces.  We promote practicing Australian sculptors specializing in the traditional sculpture mediums and methods such carving, casting, modeling, forging and fabricating.

ARTPark Australia provides a platform for commercial opportunities for artists  in both public and private display spaces. ARTPark offers our 35 year experience and knowledge of the sculpture industry to assist in the acquisition, commission, leasing, freight and installation of large scale exterior sculptural works.

Spherical Sculpture

Astra Parker

Perpetual Generation

Australian Sculptures

JA Crescent Mood

Australian Sculptures

Eclipse

Australian Sculptures

Land Mandala

Australian Sculptures

Vortex Mandala

Australian Sculptures

From Stillness

Australian Sculptures

Sphere

Australian Sculptures

Moonscape

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

Manifested

David Ball

Eclipse – 2.4m

Australian Sculptures

Vitality

Australian Sculptures

Whirling Mandala

Australian Sculptures

Black-Hole

Tobias Bennett

Spheres – 2.4 & .9m

Australian Sculptures

New Order

Australian Sculptures

Luna

Australian Sculptures

Final Discovery – Sculpture

Australian Sculptures

Seismic Activity

Australian Sculptures

Fugue

Australian Sculptures

Rhythmic Circle

Australian Sculptures

Expedition Complete

Australian Sculptures

Entwine

Australian Sculptures

To the Centre

Paul Mutimer

segmented sphere

Australian Sculptures

H20 Manifested

Australian Sculptures

Neo

Australian Sculptures

Nice Round Figure 7 – 120cm

David Ball

Tango 4.2m

Australian Sculptures

Layers 70cm

Australian Sculptures

Squared Circle

Australian Sculptures

Round Cell 2

Jason Aslin

Barrel Wave

David Ball

Ring 4.5m

Australian Sculptures

Neo

Australian Sculptures

Neo Rising

Australian Sculptures

Spiral

David Ball

Split Ring 3.6m

Paul Mutimer

Duel Axis – 120cm

Australian Sculptures

Sunrise

MAS Studio

Double Tied

Chen

Galaxy 3

Australian Sculptures

Double Tied (Medium)

Australian Sculptures

Whispering Casurina

Australian Sculptures

Knowledge

Australian Sculptures

Tied

David Ball

Helix- 4.6m

Australian Sculptures

Moon on Tides -1.6m

Australian Sculptures

Globe

Paul Mutimer

Orb, Lineal – 2.4m

Australian Sculptures

Social Matrix

Australian Sculptures

Growth Ring

Australian Sculptures

Eclipse 1

Australian Sculptures

Endless Cycle 6 – 2.4m

Australian Sculptures

Sunset

Australian Sculptures

Mandala

Australian Sculptures

Mount 1

Australian Sculptures

Vein Vine – 100cm

Australian Sculptures

Wavering Circle

Australian Sculptures

Organic Pebble

David Ball

Helix II- 3.6m

Australian Sculptures

Sphere

Michael Vaynman

Death of a Star

Australian Sculptures

Eclipse 2

Corten-Steel Sculpture

Australian Sculptures

Whirling Mandala

Australian Sculptures

MS Converge

Australian Sculptures

Excavator – 120cm

Michelle Klisowski

Evolution II – 1.6m x 1m

Helena Lillywhite

Sir Joseph Banksia – 2.1m

Andrew Kasper

AK EMBRACE

Australian Sculptures

Land Mandala

Astra Parker

SERO

Anton Poon

Anchor

Jen Mallinson

Sowelu Hum – 2m

Jacek Wankowski

Prayer Three

Greg Johns

Floating Figure

Australian Sculptures

Desire

Australian Sculptures

Two of Us

Australian Sculptures

Growth

Australian Sculptures

Galaxy

Anthony Battaglia

Offset Embrace

Alex Scheibner

Stack Cube #9

Australian Sculptures

Void

Australian Sculptures

The Hunter

Jason Aslin

The Optimist

Australian Sculptures

Totum

Out of stock

Warren Pickering

Banksia Pod

Australian Sculptures

Spiral – Australian Sculpture

Australian Sculptures

Birth

Felix Feneley

Waning

Australian Sculptures

Mandala

Jonathan Leahey

JL Plane Entering Cube

Jason Aslin

Barrel Wave

Alex Scheibner

Cubestack 15 – 1.9m

Australian Sculptures

Vortex Mandala

Australian Sculptures

Rhythmic Circle

Australian Sculptures

Twin Flames

Australian Sculptures

Tranquility Corten [limited 1/6]

Australian Sculptures

Harmony

Australian Sculptures

Returning Column

Australian Sculptures

Reflection

Australian Sculptures

Mentor the old Mob

Australian Sculptures

Spirit

Australian Sculptures

Sphere

Matt Harding

Acacia

Australian Sculptures

Whispering Casurina

Johannes Pannekoek

Symphony 26

Greg Johns

Guardian – 2.4m

Paul Mutimer

Orb, Lineal – 2.4m

Australian Sculptures

Lightning Figure

Chris Flenley

Detachment

Nicole Allen

Bums on Seats [SOLD]

Australian Sculptures

Spiral

Jacek Wankowski

Pauanui I

Jacek Wankowski

Tsunami

David Ball

Elipse

Australian Sculptures

Pinnicle

Bronze Sculpture

Stainless-Steel Sculpture

Current Exhibitions

Artpark australia hosts multiple exhibitions year round across sydney and the surrounding areas. We showcase sculptural artworks from talented australian sculptors in amazing iconic australian locations. These free to the public sculpture walks allow close up viewings of incredible works.   See below to find out where our current public exhibitions are being held. 

Woolloomooloo Sculpture Walk   //  On now⁠⠀

Hosted by ARTPark Australia – An exhibition of large scale Australian Contemporary sculpture.

The Woolloomooloo Sculpture Walk 2022 is happening now!  dotted along the  the iconic Finger Wharf  is some of the finest Australian sculpture – featuring from work from taltented Sculptural Artists Greg Johns, Astra Parker, Stephen Coburn, Todd Stuart & David McCraken.  With over 50 contemporary Australian sculptures to peruse, this extended exhibition makes for an amazing opportunity to view some of the best Australian Sculptural artworks in a truly spectacular sydney location.  The Walk runs the lngth of the boardwalk and continues inside the concourse behind the restaraunts. 

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Preview the Sculpture on display at the Woolloomooloo Wharf- Sydney, NSW

Hunter Valley Sculpture Walk   //  On now⁠⠀

Pairing with VAMP Cellars by Lisa McGuigan

ARTpark Australia presents the Hunter Valley Sculpture Walk.  An extended exhibition of world class Australian sculpture weaved throughout the gardens and vineyard of 3 exclusive cellar doors  and the Blaxland Inn restaurant.   Exhibition beginning October long weekend – Guided tours are available.   

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Previous Exhibitions – Sculpture Walks

Walsh Bay Sculpture Walk   // 2021⁠⠀

Hosted by ARTPark Australia – An exhibition of Australian Contemporary sculpture

The Walsh Bay Sculpture Walk 2021 is happening now!  Visit the Walsh Bay Arts precinct, and discover some of the finest Australian sculpture – from artists like James Parrett, Greg Johns, Belinda Mason and Stephen Coburn. With over 50 contemporary Australian sculptures to peruse, this extended exhibition makes for an amazing opportunity to view some of the best Australian Sculptural artworks in a truly spectacular sydney location. 

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Woolloomooloo Warf 2021

 

Darling Park  2020

 

Walsh Bay 2020

 

Proudly presenting works from master sculptor Greg Johns and leading contemporary sculptor James Parrett. 

australian sculpture - greg johns
Squared Circle, Greg johns - Australian sculpture
stainless steel sculpture james parrett
M-Thirty Two, Stainless steel by james parrett

ARTPark Australia proudly represents & presents both established and emerging Australian sculptors, displaying highlight sculptural artwork in bronze, stainless steel, mild steel, alloy, cor-ten, timber and stone. 

 

Are you a Sculptor specialising in exterior works with proven stability?  We would love to hear from you.

Submit an enquiry or send us an email