Garden Sculptures Australia – Australian Sculpture

Adding a Garden sculpture is the ideal way to imbue your personality into your garden and home. ARTpark Australia has curated a large variety of Australian sculptures from highly talented and awarded Australian sculptors. Offering more than just garden art – ARTpark Australia presents unique designs with limited edition and one-of-a-kind sculptural works. View our collection of Sculptures designed and constructed with meticulous workmanship for Outdoor and Garden Placement.

Figurative Sculpture

Midsummer Night Dream -1m

Michelle Klisowski

Evolution II – 1.6m

Garden Sculpture

Cargo Cult – 1.8m

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

Moon on Tides – 86cm

Contemporary Round Sculptures

Eclipse – 120cm

Abstract Sculpture

Bathing Woman-Swaying 260cm

Bronze sculpture

Talk to me – 1.7m

Garden Sculpture

Knot – 1.8m

Stephen Glassborow

On the Nose – 1.87m

Abstract Sculpture

Whirling Mandala – 2.2m

Figurative Sculpture

Movement -1m

Abstract Sculpture

Squared Circle – 1.7m

Landmark Sculpture

Flame bird – 6m

Abstract Sculpture

Whirling Mandala – 2.2m

Garden Sculpture

Mighty Mustang -3m

Stainless-Steel Sculpture

Figures in the landscape – 200cm

Table-Top Sculpture

Union – 3m

Garden Sculpture

Spirit – 2.3m

Garden Sculpture

Cell – 56cm

Garden Sculpture

Mindful – 2m

Alex Scheibner

Geometrica – 1.9m

Astra Parker

SERO – 2.5m

Folko Kooper

Grape leaf – 1.6m

Paul Mutimer

Grid Axis – 120cm

Contemporary Round Sculptures

Lose Yourself – bronze sculpture

Jonathan Leahey

Nose Dive – 1.8m

Animal Sculpture

Sea Mare – 3m

Table-Top Sculpture

Entwined – 1.3m

Phillip Piperidis

Conversations – 2.4m

Stephen Glassborow

Infinity Leaf – 2m

Abstract Sculpture

Lightning Figure – 2.4m

Corten-Steel Sculpture

Corten-steel naturally oxidizes very quickly to create its own protective coating making it perfect for the garden.

When positioned in a garden flushed with beautiful flowers and Australian natives the sculptural work can look as though it has come from the earth. Or alternatively, when placed within a well-manicured garden the contrast can be very striking.

Corten steel is also very strong and durable, so it can withstand the elements well. If you are looking for a unique and interesting sculpture for your garden or patio, then a Corten steel sculpture may be the perfect option for you.

Garden Sculpture

CubeStack #9 – 1.5m

Andrew Kasper

Fire – 2m

Greg Johns

Guardian – 2.4m

Jonathan Leahey

Nose Dive – 1.8m

Abstract Sculpture

Guardian Figures – 3m

Folko Kooper

Spire – 2.8m

Corten-Steel Sculpture

Wavering Circle – 150cm

Chris Flenley

Detachment – 2.4m

Helena Lillywhite

Sir Joseph Banksia – 2.1m

Mild Steel Sculpture

Across Australia, discerning art lovers and aficionados are increasingly seeking out garden sculptures for sale that not only mesmerise but endure.

Mild steel, with its undeniable durability and supreme weather resistance, becomes an impeccable choice for those wishing to add an everlasting touch of elegance to their gardens or patios. It’s no wonder that mild steel sculptures are rapidly becoming a favoured choice amongst garden sculptures in Australia.

Sculpture made from Mild-steel is also very easy to clean, so you can keep your sculpture looking new with minimal effort.

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

Circus – 1.4m

Garden Sculpture

Still Standing – 3m

Paul Mutimer

Lineal Orb- 1.9m

Landmark Sculpture

Kin – 3m

Corten-Steel Sculpture

4 High – 2.3m

Horse Sculpture Australia

King & Willow- 2.4m & 2.0m H

Mark Niglia

Merci – 1.8m

Michael Van Dam

Link 5, C link – 1.5m

Landmark Sculpture

Rhythm underground – 5x2m

Abstract Sculpture

Untitled Mesh (Large)

Bronze Sculpture

Those on the lookout for premium garden sculptures for sale will invariably come across the enduring allure of bronze. Not only is it strikingly beautiful, but its durability against the elements makes it a favourite amongst garden sculptures Australiawide.

It’s also easy to maintain and you won’t have to worry about it rusting or tarnishing over time. Bronze has a beautiful natural elegance that adds charm to any space. Bronze works can be finished with a patina of your choosing.

Table-Top Sculpture

Heads In The Clouds – 75cm

Bronze sculpture

Tosca – 60cm

Bronze sculpture

Up Up & Away- 2.2m

Bronze sculpture

Swan – 23cm

Stephen Glassborow

Chameleon – 1.5m

Figurative Sculpture

Midsummer Night Dream -1m

Abstract Sculpture

YinYang – 70cm

Abstract Sculpture

Mini Moebius 80cm

Bronze sculpture

Rhythm of the Heart

Table-Top Sculpture

Legend of the Wave -1×1.4m

Bronze sculpture

Scoot – 1m

Stainless-Steel Sculpture

Stainless steel is a popular choice for garden sculpture and outdoor art due to the variety forms able to be created from this material – Stainless can also be finished with many different surface and colour effects.

The beauty of stainless steel is that it does not rust and strongly resists degradation. There are different grades of stainless steel that can be used depending on where the garden art sculpture will be placed. For instance, where items are to be placed either in gardens exposed to a harsher climate or in public places near the coast, 316-grade stainless steel is recommended.

A mirror finish is one of the most popular choices, achieved by building up shine using various grades of polishing wheels. In some cases, up to a whole month can be spent on this ‘polishing’ process. Once it is polished the finished will last for a very long time

Abstract Sculpture

Cube Melt – 110cm

Figurative Sculpture

Reclining Nude

Garden Sculpture

Nice Round Figure 1.2m

Table-Top Sculpture

The Song – 1m

Phillip Piperidis

Conversations – 2.4m

Landmark Sculpture

Big Yellow Taxi – 3m

Landmark Sculpture

Flame bird – 6m

Aldo Bilotta

Aubergine – 2.6m

Abstract Sculpture

Flow – 1.5m

Out of stock

Nicole Allen

Johnny Be Good

James Parrett

M-Thirtytwo – 2m

David McCracken

Carmine – 1.8m

Michael Van Dam

Link 5, D link – 1.8m

Abstract Sculpture

Mrs Expanded Universe

Michael Van Dam

Dark Knight – 4.2m

David McCracken

Blue Angel – 1.3m

Out of stock

Stephen Coburn

River Bend – 1.9m

Out of stock

Nicole Allen

Off The Face Of It

Garden Sculpture

Connection – 2.2m

Landmark Sculpture

Classical Dynamism – 4m

Out of stock

John Fitzmaurice

Twist and Pop – 3.6m

Out of stock

Nicole Allen

NA Bottoms Up

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

Manifested – 2m

David McCracken

Rocket – 2.1m

David McCracken

Loving Embrace – 2.5m

Animal Sculpture

Seahorse -1.5m

Gary Christian

Forest Orphans – 1.8m

Abstract Sculpture

Flow – 8m

David McCracken

Agent Orange – 2.2m

Stainless-Steel Sculpture

DMD Bundle and Lilt

David McCracken

Blue Danube – 1.6m

Garden Sculpture

Seed [10] – 2.5m

Australian Sculptors

Clasp – 3.5m

James Parrett

M-Forty Two – 1.5m

fabricated steel sculpture

Solar Flares – 1.5 to 3m

Nicole Allen

Eve and Adam

Johannes Pannekoek

Rhythms of Life – 5.2m

fabricated steel sculpture

Eucalyptus Leaves – 2.4m

Johannes Pannekoek

Change Ahead – 4.5m

Larissa Smagarinsky

Born to Dance – 1.2m

Abstract Sculpture

Muse of time, Study – 120cm

Charles Blackman

Les Danseuses -2.1×1.4m

Michael Van Dam

Emerging Dragon – 5m

Garden Sculpture

Pod [kinetic 3] – 3.2m

David McCracken

incendiary – 1.8m

Johannes Pannekoek

Symphony no.26 – 2.8m

Garden Sculpture

Pod [kinetic 2] – 3.2m

Powder Coated Metal Sculpture

Properly cured, powder-coated finishes are tougher, thicker, and more durable than conventional paint. However, the way it works differs from standard liquid paints, which are delivered via a binder and evaporating solvent. 

Powder coating is a kind of process where a free-flowing, dry pigment powder (whether a thermoplastic or thermoset polymer) is applied to the metal. The pigment, which is applied using a powder coating gun, sticks to the metal via static electricity. It is then cured using heat (often baked in an oven) or static electricity.

David McCracken

Blue Angel – 1.3m

David McCracken

Loving Embrace – 2.5m

Laurindo De Abrue Soto

Thunderbolt – 2.7m

Farhad Daneshpour

Doberman – 1.8m

Phillip Piperidis

Conversations – 2.4m

James Parrett

M-Forty Two – 1.5m

Hui Selwood

Pentad – 4.5m

Landmark Sculpture

My Public Penance -2.35m

Blaze Krstanoski-Blazeski

Circus – 1.4m

Contemporary Round Sculptures

Tully – 75cm

Landmark Sculpture

Wolli Dancing

David McCracken

incendiary – 1.8m

Tobias Bennett

Much Like Life In Blue

Aldo Bilotta

Aubergine – 2.6m

David McCracken

Rocket – 2.1m

Abstract Sculpture

Geo Sphere

Charles Blackman

Sitting Pretty -1×1.2m

Charles Blackman

Forever Girls – 2m

David McCracken

Carmine – 1.8m

Landmark Sculpture

Tippy Toes – 3.2m

David McCracken

Agent Orange – 2.2m

Landmark Sculpture

Grace -2.35m

Karl Meyer

Foci – 2.7m

Charles Blackman

Visage – 1.2m

Michelle Klisowski

Evolution II – 1.6m

David McCracken

Blue Danube – 1.6m

Tobias Bennett

Much Like Life

Gary Christian

Forest Orphans – 1.8m

Landmark Sculpture

My Girl – 2.4m

Francois Jaggi

Entwine -1.6m

Contemporary Round Sculptures

Blupe -1.2m

David McCracken

Rockets [series]

Tobias Bennett

Much Like Life 2

Alex Piperidis

High Chairs 2.7m

Abstract Sculpture

Best & Fairest – 5m

Contemporary Round Sculptures

Liston – 80cm

Helena Lillywhite

Sir Joseph Banksia – 2.1m

Landmark Sculpture

Classical Dynamism – 4m

Landmark Sculpture

Big Yellow Taxi – 3m

Abstract Sculpture

Motion III – 250cm [Coated]

David McCracken

Blake – 2.2m

Paul Mutimer

Grid Axis – 120cm

Francois Jaggi

Endless knots -1.5m

Charles Blackman

Looking Out – 2m

interior sculpture

Outward Flow – 1.5m

Laurindo De Abrue Soto

Africana – 2m

Stone Sculpture

Stone is another great option when you are choosing a garden sculpture. Some stone is more durable than others and can withstand different types of weather conditions. When you’re hunting for garden sculptures for sale, it’s vital to consider the material’s durability, especially given the unpredictable weather conditions we often face. 

If placing it outside you will want to choose a stone that can withstand the elements. Sculptures of sandstone and granite are recommended for outdoor sculptures and garden art. 

Metal Garden Sculptures  

ARTpark Australia has an extensive history of providing Outdoor & Garden Sculpture of exceptional quality. We only promote sculpture for garden placement constructed from hardwearing long-lasting materials. Stepping into the world of garden decor, one is met with a plethora of options, but few materials offer the combination of longevity and aesthetic appeal as metals do. If you want a sculpture for your garden that will last for years to come Corten Steel, Mild Steel, Stainless-Stainless and bronze are recommended. 

For those with a discerning eye seeking a blend of contemporary flair and timeless elegance, our collection of abstract garden sculptures for sale offers a unique palette of designs. Each one is masterfully crafted, ensuring every curve, edge, and detail contributes to a visual symphony.

While bronze has its own age-old charm, celebrated widely with our bronze garden sculptures for sale, it’s the broader family of metals that holds a distinct position in outdoor decor. Be it the rusted allure of Corten Steel, the reliable robustness of Mild Steel, the gleaming sophistication of Stainless Steel, or the classic appeal of Bronze – each material brings its own character, transforming spaces into enchanting oases.

As the demand for metal garden sculptures Australia-wide continues to surge, ARTPark Australia remains dedicated to offering only the best. A sculpture from our collection isn’t just another garden ornament; it’s a testament to refined craftsmanship and our commitment to enduring beauty. So, when you think of garden sculpture in Australia that promises to be a timeless addition to your outdoor space, let metal be your material of choice and ARTPark be your trusted provider.

Why Choose ARTPark for Garden Sculptures?

When you think of garden sculptures for sale in Australia, ARTPark should be the name at the top of your mind, and here's why:

Expertise

With a deep-rooted history in the industry, we've garnered unparalleled expertise. Our years of experience ensure that when you're in the market for garden sculpture in Australia, you're dealing with professionals who know their craft inside and out.

Quality

We don't just offer sculptures; we offer masterpieces. Each piece in our collection is carefully curated, upholding the highest standards of durability and unparalleled artistic value. Whether it's bronze garden sculptures for sale or any other material, quality is our hallmark..

Collaboration

The journey of a sculpture from our gallery to your garden is a collaborative effort.

ARTpark Australia works with sculptors from all over the country. We work closely with architects, property developers, landscape designers, interior designers, collectors, and private individuals to find the perfect piece for every space. Facilitating the entire process, from conception and consultation to delivery and installation of the sculpture in your own garden or space.

From metal garden sculptures in Australia to other exquisite materials, our goal is to facilitate a seamless transition from artist to art lover.

Variety

Our vast collection caters to a broad spectrum of aesthetic preferences, consisting of unique original works and limited-edition pieces. All acquisitions are accompanied by certificates of authenticity.

Looking to have a piece customised? Contact us today to find out about a custom piece for your garden

Who We Work With

ARTpark represents artists from across Australia and New Zealand. We promote sculptural works from both established and emerging artists. All of whom have worked hard to master their subject and bring a range of stunning creations to suit any palate. ARTpark has placed sculpture from many talented Australian artists in homes and gardens all around the World.

We don't just offer garden sculptures for sale; we provide a platform for talent, craftsmanship, and the vibrant artistry that thrives in Australia and New Zealand.

Choosing the Right Garden Sculpture for Your Space

Purchasing a sculpture is not merely about aesthetics. It's about understanding space, complementing existing design elements, and making a statement. As you explore the world of garden sculpture in Australia, our team is here to guide you every step of the way.

Design Consultation & Commissions

Within the Sydney region, we will visit and discuss your ideal sculpture placement. We can also provide examples of recommended sculpture and artists through a brief phone call or email correspondence. ARTpark represents practising artists, therefore conversations regarding customization of sculpture can be 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.

FAQs

Do you work with interior designers?

Yes! Our partnerships don't stop there, though. In addition to interior designers, we also work with architects, landscape designers, home renovators, and our private customers to source the perfect stone or metal art piece for the job.

Sourcing the right artwork, be it an intricate stone piece or a majestic metal creation, is no small feat. It requires a keen understanding of space, design, and aesthetics. This is where our joint efforts with professionals are highly valued. By understanding the specific requirements and nuances of each project, we're able to provide tailored advice and options that resonate with the design goals of the space.

How do I choose my garden art?

There are a number of factors that you should consider when choosing garden art, such as the overall style of your garden and the materials that you want the sculpture to be made from. Metal art is a great option for placing in your garden. You should also consider the size of the sculpture and where you want to place it in your garden.

What materials are best?

While there's no shortage of materials that can be transformed into beautiful art, there's something uniquely captivating about metals. They not only bring an enduring aesthetic to the table but also boast longevity that's hard to rival. And if you're browsing through garden sculptures for sale, you'll want something that's both a visual treat and stands the test of time.

What are the categories of sculptures?

ARTpark presents Contemporary sculptures from a wide range of styles and categories. Geometric, figurative and abstract garden sculptures for sale are the most desired.

How do I place my garden sculpture?

When placing a garden sculpture, it is important to consider the location and surrounding area. It should be placed in an area where it can be easily seen and admired. For more ideas on the placement of your piece, explore our gallery and take a look at how other customers have placed theirs!

How do I get my garden sculpture delivered?

ARTpark provides an end-to-end service. We have extensive experience in working on projects all around Australia - Consulting, Delivering & Installing for private and commercial clients.

Can you deliver internationally?

Yes- ARTpark facilitates the transport of sculpture to all major international cities through specialist freight channels