Sculpture For Sale - Price Range: $1000 - $1999

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Discover 389 original sculpture artworks for sale between $1000 - $1999. Contemporary emerging artists: David Chang, Sakhuja Sushil, Sue Jacobsen, David Raine, Stephanie Grimes, Alexander Efimov, Devi Delavie, Ruma Dutt, Sadat Edriss Bwambale, Kim Wintje, Julian Vandercook, Phil Parkes, Tim Holmes, Gregory Gobla, Augie Nkele, Bostonarts Gallery, Dia Na Landazuri, Richard Becker, Alexander Bluvshteyn, Don Dougan, Gary Brown are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 14 pages for more originals at the end of this page. To view detailed information for any of these artworks click the image or browse the artist's portfolio website.


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David Chang: 'Sunset Pine', 2004 Wood Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
35 x 18 inches (88.9 x 45.7 cm)
David Chang: 'Diversity Sings in Harmony', 2004 Wood Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
25 x 18 inches (63.5 x 45.7 cm)
Sakhuja Sushil: 'Horse with 4 riders', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Ethnic. village story horse with 4 riders...
Ethnic - Sculpture
29 x 25 inches (73.7 x 63.5 cm)
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Sue Jacobsen: 'Small Papa', 2002 Bronze Sculpture, Portrait. This version of Ernest Hemingway is a half life- size open edition. Marble base....
, 2002
Portrait - Sculpture
5 x 11 inches (12.7 x 27.9 cm)
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David Raine: 'Cast Stainless Steel Bowl', 2004 Steel Sculpture, undecided. Rough cast stainless steel bowl of sculptural petals, rings like a bell.  Inserted with fused glass and silk. ...
undecided - Sculpture
50 x 20 cm (19.7 x 7.9 inches)
David Raine: 'Rosa Exotica', 2005 Aluminum Sculpture, undecided. Large cast aluminium bowl with cherry wood and silk inserted...
undecided - Sculpture
60 x 20 cm (23.6 x 7.9 inches)
Stephanie Grimes: 'Protoaddiction', 2005 Mixed Media Sculpture, Figurative. The bronze head of this award winning sculpture sits on a two- toned, curved wooden
Figurative - Sculpture
9 x 23 inches (22.9 x 58.4 cm)
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Alexander Efimov: 'Puppies', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, Animals.
, 2000
Animals - Sculpture
25 x 15 cm (9.8 x 5.9 inches)
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Devi Delavie: 'Audience', 2005 Mixed Media Sculpture, Fantasy. In a clearing a Leafwing Princess chats with a butterfly Nymph. ...
, 2005
Fantasy - Sculpture
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
Ruma Dutt: 'The Welcome Lady', 2005 Other Sculpture, Culture. This exquisite Jute sculpture is amde up of natural jute fiber. No colours have been added. natural Jute colour. Meant for placing at gateways. Usually in pairs. The price is for one single peice. ...
Culture - Sculpture
36 x 60 inches (91.4 x 152.4 cm)
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Devi Delavie: 'Pere Noel', 2004 Mixed Media Sculpture, Fantasy. One of a kind, Collector' s Art Doll. ...
, 2004
Fantasy - Sculpture
29 x 27 inches (73.7 x 68.6 cm)
Sadat Edriss Bwambale: 'model', 2004 Wood Sculpture, Fashion. The model statue shon is of a Ugandan model. It is made of Jakaranda wood. The wood is strong. It cannot get damages. The model seems to be a Muhima lady from The western Uganda. ...
, 2004
Fashion - Sculpture
1 x 2 feet (0.30 x 0.61 m)
Kim Wintje: 'bush dog ringleader', 2004 Aluminum Sculpture, Political.
Political - Sculpture
40 x 15 inches (101.6 x 38.1 cm)
Julian Vandercook: 'Sprawl', 2003 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Cone 10 fire with stain wash...
, 2003
Figurative - Sculpture
36 x 24 inches (91.4 x 61.0 cm)
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Julian Vandercook: 'Bigmouth', 2003 Aluminum Sculpture, Figurative. cast aluminum ...
, 2003
Figurative - Sculpture
36 x 36 inches (91.4 x 91.4 cm)
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Phil Parkes: 'Grace        Cherry', 2003 Wood Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
5 x 14 inches (12.7 x 35.6 cm)
Tim Holmes: 'Within Be Fed', 2002 Bronze Sculpture, Dance. Fantastic anatomy combines with a deep sense of transformative tension in a paean to the nourishment of the spirit. Each of us is fed from our internal connection with the divine....
Dance - Sculpture
10 x 18 inches (25.4 x 45.7 cm)
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Gregory Gobla: 'madonna', 1996 Stone Sculpture, Representational. This is a limestone piece that evolved from our attitudes about religious icons. It actually broke and I fused it back together as testiment to our own weaknesses and vunerabilities. ...
, 1996
Representational - Sculpture
10 x 24 inches (25.4 x 61.0 cm)
Augie Nkele: 'Basket Maker', 1995 Aluminum Sculpture, Figurative.
Figurative - Sculpture
10 x 10 inches (25.4 x 25.4 cm)
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Bostonarts Gallery: 'Just Rabbit Talk', 2003 Other Sculpture, Figurative. The following photos show some of Christel Hartz' s figures, taken out of the series
Figurative - Sculpture
3 x 7 inches (7.6 x 17.8 cm)
Dia Na Landazuri: 'GeKO', 2003 Wood Sculpture, Architecture. light and shadow, all 60 degrees cut , made of 27 same pieces. ...
, 2003
Architecture - Sculpture
65 x 175 cm (25.6 x 68.9 inches)
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Richard Becker: 'Relax ', 2001 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative. RELAX / MEDITATIVE MAN~July 2001This piece to me is about taking time to relax. To enjoy the instant. To contemplate, to meditate. To become one with the higher powers.This is the first piece where I explored fragments and the more complex human emotions. Letting my expressions, tools and ...
, 2001
Figurative - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Alexander Bluvshteyn: 'The vivid dream of the housewife', 2002 Mixed Media Sculpture, Family.
Family - Sculpture
18 x 28 inches (45.7 x 71.1 cm)
Alexander Bluvshteyn: 'Party Animal', 2001 Other Sculpture, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Sculpture
15 x 33 inches (38.1 x 83.8 cm)
Alexander Bluvshteyn: 'Harmony', 2001 Bronze Sculpture, Fantasy.
, 2001
Fantasy - Sculpture
19 x 12 inches (48.3 x 30.5 cm)
Don Dougan: 'STRETCHED TRUTH POETIC LICENSE', 2002 Bronze Sculpture, Representational. cast bronze and Chinese black marbleThe lipworks are an on- going series of sculptures using the imagery of the human mouth.  Lips, conditional to so many human activities, can imply a diversity of meanings, shifting with the life experience that colors each viewer' s particular perceptions.  Throughout the series, ...
Representational - Sculpture
12 x 7 inches (30.5 x 17.8 cm)
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Augie Nkele: 'Chokwe Mask', 2000 Aluminum Sculpture, Culture.
Culture - Sculpture
12 x 24 inches (30.5 x 61.0 cm)
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Gary Brown: 'Eye of the Storm', 2001 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. The inspiration for this piece is a photograph take from the space shuttle...
Abstract - Sculpture
16 x 17 inches (40.6 x 43.2 cm)
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Gary Brown: 'Soft Landing', 2001 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Soft Landing is made from Aluminum, Tropical Walnut, Paduk on a black marble base This is one of a kind. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
18 x 19 inches (45.7 x 48.3 cm)
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Kim Wintje: 'the day we saw the edge of the earth', 2002 Aluminum Sculpture, Figurative. wall mounted sewn metal sculpture...
Figurative - Sculpture
8 x 22 inches (20.3 x 55.9 cm)
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    David Chang - Sharing My Artistic View By David K. Chang Art is an expression of the spirit that is not limited by time or space. Although artistic styles differ depending on the artist's background, rationales, interests, and feelings, the intent of all artwork is to guide audiences into a specific mood. Therefore, art arouses an echo between the audience and the artist. This echo can be one of excitement or agony, of humor or anger, of comfort or sadness, of oppression or complete release, or one of inexpressible description. Artists continue to explore their own finished work as well as to encourage audiences to gain a deeper understanding of that work. Excellent artwork often comes from self-examination. Even though an artist may believe he is developing and refining his style by intuition, this intuition is usually the artist's unrecognized expression of his reflection, which has embedded itself into his subconscious. My inspiration frequently comes from my reflection on and enjoyment of nature, from my loving it and studying it. The artwork that comes from this reflection can express the resolution of conflict between man and nature, or the connection between them. These ideas can be articulated in the freedom ...

    Sue Jacobsen - My "artist's eye" seeks both the extraordinary and the ordinarily-overlooked moments in nature, and presents them in a way that allows the viewer to see what I've seen--and loved enough to want to share it. My regional landscapes, painted in oil, capture the rural flavor of the Wood River Valley in Idaho where I've lived and worked for over 30 years. Previously, California coastal areas were my genre. My love of the ocean and its awesome infinity is equaled in the grandeur and peace of the nearby mountains --again, infinite subjects for my paintings. Just as my professional training in graphic design at Art Center School in Los Angeles served me well when I turned my creative skills to easel painting, this then enabled me to move with ease and enthusiasm when sculpture'found me', and I learned to see with new eyes--in 3 dimensions now! My sculptures are figurative, of people or animals, and I seem to have special ability to capture the likeness and personality of my subjects. While I consider myself to be primarily self-taught, I continue to seek out other professional painters and sculptors whose work I admire, with...

    David Raine - Are dreams just our confused brains de-fragmenting when we rest, just scraps of picture images racing back and forth through the maze of neuron connections seeking to be correctly filed, occasionally flashing up as a partially recognizable scene that we erroneously feel significant? And in the day another overload of thoughts, and facts and images assails our conscious and unconscious minds until we hit the pillow to get them sorted. Shapes come to me in the daytime. Sculptural shapes and sculptural ideas emerge complete from nowhere. At least that's how it appears on the surface of things. But like the process of nightly de-fragmentation and neat filing, that process of re-organizing the blitz of images into a form that is pleasing to my mind and to my set of emotions is what I do. It's totally personal, it is a physical expression of how my arrangement of emotions copes with the world around me. It's entirely possible that sculptural shapes that warm me and give me a degree of satisfaction are not universal and mean nothing to anyone else. ...

    Stephanie Grimes - Education 2003- University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP)- B.A. in Studio Art 2003- Fayetteville Technical Community College- Welding 1997-2000 Fayetteville Technical Community College- Various art classes 1983- North Carolina State University- B.S. in Zoology Exhibitions 2007- Gala Corina "Iluminacion", Tampa, Florida 2007- Platforum Floida "Fusion" Art Party ...

    Alexander Efimov - Alexander Efimov was born on Sakhalin Island in a small town. All his childhood he drew and made sculptures. After school and the army he decided to study art seriously and went to Leningrad City (now St. Petersburg) and became a student of the Art Institute. It was not easy, because after the bester applicants ware selected there were examinations only one out of five of the best applicants became a student of the Art Institute. Alexander Efimov showed capability as a portrait sculptor while he was still a student at the Art Institute. His teacher of sculpture said to students about Alexander's degree portrait (portrait of the girl "Marina") <
    Devi Delavie - I've decided to use the website to showcase ORIGINAL ONE OF A KIND WORK. The prices are subject to change reflecting current market value. Full-sized GICLEE FINEART REPRODUCTIONS are available at 50% of the original's price. I am once again working full-time immersed in the latest digital video production environment. PREFERRED MEDIA WORKS in Flagstaff, AZ. (928) 213-0750. Again a forum for all of my visual, performing and media arts background....

    Ruma Dutt - I am sure that people are little aware of the fact that Jute, which is Eco-friendly and 100% Bio-degradable, can be used in so many ways to be used as an item of decoration and also can be used in our day to day activities. These are specialities of rural West Bengal, India and are difficult to find in the open market due to the fact that these art works are created in the remote villages of West Bengal, the major Jute producing area in India. I can guarantee that you will be amazed to find the aesthetic beauty and the utility value of this golden fiber once you visit the web site

    Ruma Dutt - Ruma Dutt - Julian Vandercook - As a native Arizonian, growing up in the southwest has given me a desert aesthetic. This includes an emphasis on subtle earth colors, simplicity of form and a heavy focus on texture and material. Consequently, I choose to work with ceramic and metal and tend to be minimal when it comes to adding embellishments. My work has a strong figurative focus because I have always enjoyed the company of other people and have been fascinated by how people interact with each other. I try to distill the human form down only using the elements that I feel relate to my statement. Then I encourage viewers to relate my work to themselves and to add their own personal dialogue and narrative to the piece....

    Julian Vandercook - Tim Holmes - A good work of art should be startling every time one sees it. Such a work begins a dialogue between the viewer and the art, and the more meaning that is implanted in the art, the deeper that dialogue can be. The value of any work of art is not in its price or its history, but in the inherent energy, its ability to act as a catalyst of responses in the viewer. Likewise, the most successful viewer is not one with the best education or the finest taste, but one who can respond to the work with the greatest sensitivity. Hopefully, my art provides no answers and removes no doubts. My intent, rather, is to ask tough questions - to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable - to plunge the viewer into that wondrous process of dialogue. The interaction is usually not a verbal or even a conscious one, but often one that continues, at various levels of awareness, as long as the viewer and the artwork are within range of each other. (Incidentally, a similar dialogue occurs between me and each of my works, sometimes over a long period of time.) I believe every artist has a responsibility to ...

    Gregory Gobla - Whether two or three dimensional, the pieces are gauging the separation and distance between WHAT we are from WHO we are. As with any other form of expression intuition dictates style, color, form and subject matter. My believe my work to be both personally meaningful and externally meaningless at the same time....

    Augie Nkele - Born: Kisangani, Congo, Africa BFA: Emphasis Painting, 1979, Academie Des Beaux-Arts, Kinshasa and Lubumbashi Additional Studies: Notre Dame de la Sagesse, School of Interior Design, Brussels, Belgium, 1980-82 Currently a US citizen residing in Fort Worth, Texas I am from the Kongo people. Before Columbus sailed to the New World, the Portuguese had already established trade relations with the kingdom of Kongo. Members of the royal court of Kongo attended the university in Lisbon. I speak the Kikongo language, as well as Lingala, Swahili, French and English. Congo is always in my heart although it has been many years since I have been there in person. My country has a rich artistic and cultural history and the Congolese people have made important contributions to art and music. One of my goals with my art is to introduce our history and culture to others. When you know Africa you will love Africa. I love learning about different ethnic and national cultures. I look for links that can unite people rather than divide them. Having lived on three continents has given me a broader interest perhaps than if I had only lived in one community all my life. We must ...

    Bostonarts Gallery - The only gallery dedicated to the promotion of the newest art genre: Contemporary Artist Dolls, one-of-a-kind and very limited edition mixed media figurative sculptures, also known as: dressed sculptures, characters, fantasy and historical figures. Most gallery works are created by graphic artists, illustrators, sculptors, theatrical designers, painters and artists from varied art disciplines. You will find decorative and collectible works as well as museum quality. ...

    Dia Na Landazuri - Due to management politics of this site, i cannot upgrade my information until I become oficially part of the "Absolute Arts gang" by making a payment I did not agree with. comments or requests, please write to this stingy but well-know artist. Recent Exhibitions: Sala Jose Luis Cuevas. UDLA-Puebla, Mexico. April 10, ,2003. 7 pm. 3rd floor of the Library of UDLA-Puebla, Mexico. April 24, 2003. 7pm....

    Richard Becker - I believe in the positive potential of humankind and art's role in making the world a better place. And I am committed to do important things with this gift -- to make significant contributions where I can. I also enjoy creating works that just flow from my head. I believe that my progressing deafness plays a profound role; in what I see and how I communicate ideas thru this art. Right now my time is split between these head-works and the exhilarating world of commissions. Perhaps this is all in preparation for my "Hanging Heart," a modern day Trevi Fountain -- and a medal that inspires a great deed. -- rb 2008...

    Don Dougan - My work comprises both abstracted and figurative imagery executed in a variety of mixed materials, with stone being the predominate medium. Other materials used (usually in conjunction with stone) include foundry cast metals, carved and joined wood, cast and fabricated plastics, cold-worked and kiln-formed glass, cast and carved hydraulic cements, cast/formed paper, welded/fabricated metals, gilding, and found/assembled objects. The more abstracted imagery is worked in pedestal pieces, large freestanding sculptures, and in wall-mounted relief sculptures. The figurative lip series is usually presented in wall-mounted reliefs, deep shadowbox framing, and occasionally as either a pedestal piece or a large freestanding work. The most recently begun series of work comprises pedestal-sized pieces using the imagery of the ship or the boat hull. Each series or each type of work allows me to express aspects of the human condition - the more abstracted works tend to reveal a more universal emotional/rational characterization of subject matter, the lip series tends to allow sensuality, humor, and more visceral expressions, while the ship series delves into personal/cultural memories and emotional journeys. For more images and information on myself, my work, and my working methods please visit my ...