Horse Sculpture Australia

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Bronze sculpture

Tosca – 60cm

Stephen Glassborow

Hi Horse – 1m

Stephen Glassborow

Hi Horse – 2m

Mark Niglia

Merci – 1.8m

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

Table-Top Sculpture

Carousel -66cm

Stephen Glassborow

Rocking Horse

Tobias Bennett

Running Free

Mark Niglia

King – 2.45m H

Mark Niglia

San Leo – 2.4m

Mark Niglia

Willow – 2.0m H

Garden Sculpture

Mighty Mustang -3m

Elevate the beauty of your outdoor space with our stunning collection of horse-themed garden sculptures. Made by talented Australian artists, these sculptures are crafted from durable materials such as bronze, corten steel, and fabricated steel, making them perfect for placement in gardens, outdoor spaces, and other exterior areas.

As a leading provider of sculpture, garden sculpture, and outdoor sculpture, ARTpark offers a wide selection of horse sculpture to choose from. We specialise in unique and limited edition forms. Whether you’re an equestrian enthusiast or simply appreciate the beauty of these majestic animals, our horse sculptures are sure to add a touch of elegance and style to any outdoor setting. From lifelike depictions of galloping horses to abstract interpretations of the horse form, our collection offers a unique and high-quality selection of horse-themed sculptures.

Enhance the aesthetics of your garden and outdoor space with a magnificent horse sculpture.

All sculptures from ARTpark are made from highly durable materials such as bronze, corten steel, and fabricated steel, they are built to withstand the elements, making them suitable for the Australian Climate.

Buy A Metal Horse Sculpture Australia

Searching for a unique and high-quality horse sculpture, garden sculpture, or outdoor sculpture? Look no further! Consider a horse sculpture from ARTpark! Our collection of metal horse sculptures in Australia features pieces crafted by talented artists using a variety of techniques and styles, including bronze, steel, and aluminium. A metal horse sculpture can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any space while also evoking the beauty and grace of these magnificent animals.

Whether you're a lover of equestrian art, looking to add a statement piece to your home or office, or searching for a one-of-a-kind gift for a horse lover, ARTpark's metal horse sculptures are sure to impress. Browse ARTpark Australia’s collection and find the perfect sculptural piece to suit your style and truly enhance your outdoor space.

Horse Sculpture Australia – FAQ

What materials are typically used for creating horse sculptures in Australia?

Horse sculptures can be created using a variety of materials, depending on the desired effect and the artist's preference. Some of the most common materials used for creating horse sculptures include:

  1. Bronze: Bronze is a popular material for creating sculptures due to its durability, ability to hold intricate details, and the ability to create various finishes.
  2. Stone: Stone sculptures can have a natural, earthy feel that works well for sculptures of horses. Marble, granite, and sandstone are some examples of stone commonly used for sculpture.
  3. Wood: Wood is another popular material used in creating horse sculptures, particularly in more organic or rustic designs. The natural grain and texture of wood can add warmth and depth to a sculpture.
  4. Ceramic: Ceramic sculptures can have a delicate, smooth appearance, and can be glazed in various colours to create a range of effects.
  5. Resin: Resin is a material that can be moulded and cast to create sculptures of various sizes and shapes. Resin sculptures can also be finished to create a range of effects, such as metallic finishes or textured surfaces.

Overall, the choice of material used in creating horse sculptures can greatly impact the final look and feel of the piece. Artists and designers often consider the desired effect and intended setting of the sculpture when choosing materials, resulting in a diverse and captivating collection of pieces.

What are some common themes or motifs found in horse sculptures?

Horse sculptures can be found with a variety of themes and motifs depending on the artist and their inspiration. Here are some common themes and motifs found in horse sculptures:

  1. Strength and power: Horses are known for their strength and power, and many horse sculptures seek to capture this quality through dynamic poses and muscular anatomy.
  2. Freedom and movement: Horses are also known for their grace and fluidity of movement, and many horse sculptures aim to capture this sense of motion and freedom in their design.
  3. Human relationships: Horses have long been domesticated and trained for various purposes, and some horse sculptures explore the relationship between humans and horses, such as in sports, transportation, or companionship.
  4. Natural world: Horses are often associated with the natural world, and some sculptures may depict horses in natural settings or incorporate natural elements, such as trees or rocks, into their design.
  5. Historical or cultural significance: Horses have played an important role in many cultures throughout history. Some horse sculptures may explore this significance, such as in traditional Chinese art or in depictions of historical figures and events.

Overall, horse sculptures can convey a wide range of meanings and emotions, from the strength and power of the animal itself to broader concepts of human and natural relationships.

Can horse sculptures be customised or commissioned?

Yes, many of our artists offer customised or commissioned horse sculptures in Australia and around the world, allowing the buyer to have a piece created specifically to their preferences and specifications. This can include selecting the size, material, and style of the sculpture, as well as incorporating specific details or features that are meaningful to the buyer.

The process for commissioning a horse sculpture will vary depending on the artist and their requirements but generally involves an initial consultation to discuss the buyer's vision for the piece. The artist may then create sketches or models of the sculpture for approval before beginning work on the final piece.

Commissioning a horse sculpture can be a great way to create a truly unique and personalised piece of art that reflects your individual style and tastes. If you would like to commission a horse sculpture in Australia, contact us today, and we will assist you with the process.