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Bronze sculpture

Golden Tree – 1.75m

Bronze sculpture

Tosca – 60cm

Stephen Glassborow

Body Corporate – 1.8m

Stephen Glassborow

Body Corporate – 2.2m

Larissa Smagarinsky

Born to Dance – 1.2m

Clara Hali sculpture

Cascade – 1.8m

Table-Top Sculpture

Creation of Man – 1.2m

Larissa Smagarinsky

Dance Movement – 76cm

Out of stock

Ben Fasham

Embrace -1.6m

Abstract Sculpture

Endless Mobius Curve – 60cm

Table-Top Sculpture

Entwined – 1.3m

Bronze sculpture

Eternal Youth Female- 1.9m

Bronze sculpture

Holy Kiss – 1.7m

Table-Top Sculpture

Flight – 1.3m

Bronze sculpture

Up Up & Away- 2.2m

Table-Top Sculpture

Flight – 2.8m

Stephen Glassborow

Cameleon – 1.5m

Stephen Glassborow

Eucalypt – 1.7m

Stephen Glassborow

Eucalypts – 1.7m

Stephen Glassborow

Feather Weight -2m

Stephen Glassborow

Frequent Flyer – 2.2m

Stephen Glassborow

Sonia Payes – 2.4m

Table-Top Sculpture

Heads In The Clouds – 75cm

Stephen Glassborow

Flora & Fauna – 1m

Stephen Glassborow

Hi Horse – 1m

Stephen Glassborow

Hi Horse – 2m

Stephen Glassborow

Legal Eagle – 1.2m

Alex Piperidis

High Chairs 2.7m

Clara Hali sculpture

HILIE – 1.5m

Stephen Glassborow

Infinity Leaf – 2m

Stephen Glassborow

Soft Landing – 1.8m

Bronze sculpture

Halycon Days – 70cm

Bronze sculpture

Just Paused – 1m

Bronze sculpture

Midsummer Night Dream -1m

Bronze sculpture

On the Edge – 1.4m

Bronze sculpture

The Break of Day – 98cm

Bronze sculpture

the Conversation – 39cm

Bronze sculpture

Urban Botanica -1m

Abstract Sculpture

Lacunae – 1.2m

Abstract Sculpture

Lacunae – 60cm

Table-Top Sculpture

Legend of the Wave -1×1.4m

Stephen Glassborow

Manmade -1.2m

Table-Top Sculpture

Modern Venus – 1.6m

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

Moon on Tides – 1.6m

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

Moon on Tides – 86cm

Bronze sculpture

Moulin Rouge -1.75m

Stephen Glassborow

Mouth Piece – 1.6m

Figurative Sculpture

Movement -1m

Stephen Glassborow

On Point – 1.8m

Stephen Glassborow

Head Space – 1.85m

Stephen Glassborow

Head Space XL – 3 to 5m

Stephen Glassborow

On the Nose – 1.87m

Bronze sculpture

Part # 6

Table-Top Sculpture

Carousel -66cm

Table-Top Sculpture

Double Exposure -52cm

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

Regeneration of a Princess – 2m

Bronze sculpture

Rhythm of the Heart

Emmy Mavroidis

Run Like This – 1.1m

Bronze sculpture

Scoot – 1m

Stephen Glassborow

Space Girl -1.7m

Bronze sculpture

Square Peggy -1.86m

Susan Dorothea White

Stretching the Imagination

Stephen Glassborow

Sulphur Crested Cocky -2m

Stephen Glassborow

Super Model

Bronze sculpture

Swan – 23cm

Bronze sculpture

Talk to me – 1.7m

Clancy Warner sculpture

The People, Dear Heart – 2.2m

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

The Wave -1m

Table-Top Sculpture

UP, Up & Away – 1.2m

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

Vein Vine – 1m

Table-Top Sculpture

Victory – 1.85m

Contemporary Round Sculptures

Charming

Contemporary Round Sculptures

Lose Yourself – bronze sculpture

Contemporary Round Sculptures

The bell – 34x30cm

Bronze sculpture

Bianca – 49x70cm

Bronze sculpture

Carla – 1.4m

Bronze sculpture

Kneeling – 42cm

Abstract Sculpture

Motion 3 – 30cm

Abstract Sculpture

Slowly Turning 60x80cm

Abstract Sculpture

Twofold – 78x40cm

Abstract Sculpture

Threefold – 49x73cm

Benjamin Storch

Curl – 70cm

Abstract Sculpture

YinYang – 70cm

Abstract Sculpture

Motion III – 150cm

Abstract Sculpture

Mini Moebius 80cm

Abstract Sculpture

Oscillate – 160cm

Abstract Sculpture

Motion III – 250cm [Coated]

Bronze sculpture

Reflections – 1.4m

Figurative Bronze Sculpture

View our collection of bronze figurative works – Sculpture Celebrating the wonderful form and movement of the human body.

Abstract Bronze sculpture

View our collection of bronze Abstract works – Creative Sculpture that desires to create conversation, test the extent of a material or explore a theoretical concept in a physical space.

Custom Pieces & Sculpture Commissions.

All items on the website are available as they are, however, most of our sculptors are practising and are willing to make adjustments to future editions or work with clients to design bespoke pieces.

Exceptional Quality Bronze

ARTpark Australia only represents and presents sculptural work of the highest quality and finish. All of our Bronze Sculpture are forged and formed in Australia’s leading metal foundries. Bronze sculpture made to a high standard with a quality patina will look the same to you as it will to your great grand children. ARTpark also verifies all sculptural works with an authenticity certificate – Guaranteeing the edition number and provenance of every sculptural artwork.

Popularity in the Art Market

Bronze is a popular choice for contemporary sculpture - Bronze has a very distinctive look that can add a touch of elegance to any space. bronze is also very adaptable material that can be cast into almost any form, making it very versatile for artists.

Many people see contemporary bronze sculptures as an investment and something that will appreciate in value over time. There are many reasons why. First, bronze is an incredibly strong material that can withstand a lot of wear and tear. With minimal maintenance a bronze sculpture will look as good the day it was constructed as it will in many years to follow. This also makes it ideal for outdoor sculptures exposed to the elements.

Browse our exceptional range of Contemporary bronze sculptures

The Bronze Casting Process

Most Bronze sculpture is made through a casting process. Using what is known as Lost Wax technique Beginning with the sculptor creating their artwork through their preferred initial medium. Once the design is complete, the sculptor fashions a mould of the work.

Molten wax is poured into this rigid mould and swirled around until an even coating is achieved, usually about 3 mm thick, covers the inner surface of the mould. This is repeated until the desired thickness is reached. This hollow wax copy of the original model is removed from the mould.

Each hollow wax copy is then "chased": a heated metal tool is used to rub out the marks that show where the pieces of the mould came together. The wax is dressed to hide any imperfections. The wax now looks like the finished sculptural piece.

The wax copy is dipped into a sand-like ceramic stucco. This shell is allowed to dry, and the process is repeated until at least a half-inch coating covers the entire piece. The bigger the piece, the thicker the shell needs to be. The core is also filled with fire-proof material.

The ceramic shell-coated piece is placed in a kiln, hardening the silica coatings into a shell, and the wax melts and runs out Now all that remains of the original artwork is the negative space formerly occupied by the wax, inside the hardened ceramic shell.

Metal is melted in a furnace, then poured carefully into the shell. The shell has to be hot also otherwise the temperature difference would shatter it. The filled shells are then allowed to cool.

The shell is hammered or sand-blasted away, releasing the rough casting. Just as the wax copies were chased, the casting is worked until the telltale signs of the casting process are removed, so that the casting now looks like the original model. Pits left by air bubbles in the casting and the stubs of the spruing are filed down and polished.

Finishing process can now by applied the sculpture. - Common choices are highly polished finish or a coloured patina.

As you can imagine this is a highly technical process that takes years to perfect.