Take a look at ARTpark’s collection of Corten steel sculpture. Corten sculptures are suitable for both indoor and
outdoor settings. these sculptures are perfect for a modern Australian setting. Explore our range of beautiful
corten steel sculptures and choose the perfect sculpture to suit your home, studio, gallery, or garden!
Why Corten Steel
Weathering steel, most commonly known as Corten steel, made its mark way back in the 1930s when it is mostly
utilised for rail cars. Its use now has evolved and is often incorporated into Australian landscape design as
outdoor structures and sculpture.
Corten steel is a popular because of the unique finish, usually golden brown to dark orange. - A naturally
occurring protective rust coats the surface thus giving it its unique and attractive colour. The stable coating
is more than suitable for any Australian weather conditions. This quality of Corten steel is unlike standard
steel, which doesn’t protect or seal the surface but will eventually flake. As for Corten steel’s rusting
process, this is a natural part of creating that protective layer. That is why Corten steel for outdoor and
garden sculpture reliable in strength and longevity. Weathering steel sculptures are popular in Australian due
to the high quality of the steel and the dramatic results that can be achieved.
ARTpark Australia works with sculptors from all over the country and facilitates the entire process, from
conception and consultation to delivery and installation of your Corten sculpture. We routinely work closely
with architects, property developers, landscape designers, interior designers, collectors, and private
individuals to find the perfect piece for every space.
ARTpark represents both established and emerging artists from all around Australia, all of whom have excelled and
mastered working with Corten. All of the Corten Sculpture we present is Unique or from a Limited edition,
Contact us if you would like any further more information about Our Artists acclamations or further insight of
Consultations & Commissions
ARTpark represents practicing artists, therefore conversations regarding customization of sculpture can
initiated. Overall dimensions, materiality, and patinas all can be customized to create your bespoke piece.
Contact us now for more information on commissioning your custom sculpture.
Do you do home consultations?
Yes within the Sydney region, We will Visit and discuss sculpture placement. We can also
provide examples of recommended sculpture and artists from a brief phone call or online
How much do Corten- Steel Sculpture cost?
Sculpture price varies depending on the size, complexity of the design, number of
editions in the series and whether you have commissioned the piece or not. Contact us if
you require further information about the costing of a stainless sculpture – Corten
Steel Sculpture are the most affordable of long-lasting metal sculptures.
What is the delivery process for my sculpture?
ARTpark uses a specialised freight service to aid with the delivery and installation of
the sculptures on site. The cost of this service varies, based on access and location of
installation as well as the materiality weight of sculpture.
A corten steel sculpture is a beautiful and unique way to add art to your home or garden. The rust-like appearance of the steel creates a natural patina that is both stylish and timeless. Corten steel is also very durable, so you can enjoy your sculpture into the future.
The dark lustre appearance of the material makes it perfect for modern Australian Setting. Sculptures of a Corten Construct look wonderfully at home situated with Australian Natives or a dramatic contrast with a manicured lawn.
Greg Johns Sculpture
Greg Johns is an award-winning sculptor with an international reputation. Working primarily with corten steel his large sculptures have a majestic quality that evoke the spirit of the land.
View our selection of Corten-Steel sculpture from Greg Johns
Australian Sculptor with a focus towards geometric and cubist forms.
Alex’s Totem Corten Sculptures have been placed in homes and gardens across the world.
Jason is naturally driven by his imagination, totally inspired by structure and form, geometry and symmetry and positively influenced by architecture. He seeks for a representation of positive and optimism in his artwork.