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

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Discover 390 original sculpture artworks for sale between $1000 - $1999. Contemporary emerging artists: Alexander Bluvshteyn, Don Dougan, Augie Nkele, Gary Brown, Kim Wintje, Michael Sharpe, Venelin Ivanov, Pica Mertvago, Dermot O'brien, Bryan Patterson, Alexandre Nodopaka 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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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)
Michael Sharpe: 'Desperation', 2000 Other Sculpture, Figurative. A proud man crouched in sad desperation.  Originally created in wax and electroplated with pure copper to create a hollow figure sitting on a piece of Athitos rock.  Another unique original piece of artwork by Michael Sharpe...
Figurative - Sculpture
2 x 6 inches (5.1 x 15.2 cm)
Venelin Ivanov: 'Two faces', 1979 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative. 0...
, 1979
Figurative - Sculpture
7 x 10 inches (17.8 x 25.4 cm)
Pica Mertvago: 'Langston Hughes relief', 2001 Other Sculpture, Portrait. A relief sculpture of the poet Langston Hughes as a young man, with his poem
Portrait - Sculpture
20 x 24 inches (50.8 x 61.0 cm)
Dermot O'brien: 'Flight1', 1996 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract. Sycamore with three lightsources...
, 1996
Abstract - Sculpture
16 x 32 inches (40.6 x 81.3 cm)
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Dermot O'brien: 'Directive', 1992 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract. Alder with two lightsources...
, 1992
Abstract - Sculpture
24 x 52 inches (61.0 x 132.1 cm)
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Dermot O'brien: 'phoenix', 1998 Wood Sculpture, Abstract. The sculpture is made of red alder and contains three lightsources...
, 1998
Abstract - Sculpture
18 x 32 inches (45.7 x 81.3 cm)
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Bryan Patterson: 'TopHeavy', 2002 Wood Sculpture, Abstract. This sculptured birch centerpiece features an inlaid natural concretion that leaves plenty to the imagination....
, 2002
Abstract - Sculpture
11 x 4 inches (27.9 x 10.2 cm)
Venelin Ivanov: 'two obelisks', 2000 Other Sculpture, Architecture.
Architecture - Sculpture
54 x 158 cm (21.3 x 62.2 inches)
Venelin Ivanov: 'Marsianopolis', 1990 Bronze Sculpture, Architecture. 0...
Architecture - Sculpture
4 x 22 inches (10.2 x 55.9 cm)
Venelin Ivanov: 'Tower', 1990 Bronze Sculpture, Architecture. 0...
, 1990
Architecture - Sculpture
7 x 13 inches (17.8 x 33.0 cm)
Alexandre Nodopaka: 'Caress 40', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, nudes. Achilles Heel...
, 2000
nudes - Sculpture
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
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Alexandre Nodopaka: 'Caress 20', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, nudes. Dreamer-4 sold3 available1 stock...
, 2000
nudes - Sculpture
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
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    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 ...

    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 ...

    Kim Wintje - For the past 20 years, I have been making sculpture. Incorporating many fabric techniques, I use recycled metal, wire, and paint, to create sewn metal sculptures about pollution, habitat loss, complacency, human rights, extinction, and many other environmental and political issues. My work has been part of collaborative shows, and one person exhibitions. I want my work to get into peoples psyches and keep them thinking about the images for days, weeks.... I feel that whenever people think and ultimately talk about ideas the world changes. I maintain a cyber gallery of my sculpture thanks to a NH State Council on the Arts, Individual Artist Fellowship received in 1998. I also take time every year to work as, artist in residence, in New Hampshires schools. In 1993, an accepted collaborative proposal submitted to Inez McDermott, then director of New England College Gallery, Henniker, NH, resulted in a significant change in my direction as an artist and the materials I use. The proposal gave me an opportunity to collaborate with another artist, to explore new materials, and to exhibit the years work at the gallery. The years exploration focused on the tradition of ritual art forms that had relevance to my ...

    Michael Sharpe - Michael Sharpe is a self-taught artist and his artwork ranges from many, many, many nudes, to landscapes, flowers and dancers. Michael has a fascination with the human body, which is the most natural of beauties. An array of pastels, oils, pencil, watercolours and acrylics will greet you as you enter his world. His sculptures, again diverse, range from natural abstracts in wood to complex figure studies in a variety of media. ...

    Pica Mertvago - Sculpture offers me an opportunity to impose my aesthetic sense on the world around me, to give spontaneous expression to my feelings and ideas in a palpable three-dimensional form. The human figure is the natural embodiment for such feelings and ideas as they spring from the human heart and mind, and my figurative works seek to incarnate this. I interpret the reality I observe through the prism of what is pleasing to me. This is especially true for me when executing portraits, because portraits must be more than a mere reflection of a person's external appearance. To succeed, they must reveal the subject's underlying character and psyche, both of which have together molded the individual's recognizable features and personality. ...

    Dermot O'Brien - Over the past fifteen years i have developed my own very unique art form working with wood and light. Using light as an added dimension to highlight the spaces between the wood a new sculpture is created. The sculptures always consist of several shapes the light exploring and defining the relationship between the bodies....

    Bryan Patterson - Bryan Patterson is a Vermont artist and designer. Bryan is directly descended from Johannes Lapp, a founder of the Amish community in America. Among his relatives is Henry Lapp of the late 1800's. Henry was an amazing deaf mute carpenter/craftsman and has his work displayed in The Philadelphia Museum of Art. Bryan says, i?1/2I've always had a love of wood and began creating with it before learning of my Lapp ancestors.i?1/2 Bryan started woodworking professionally in 1977 and has had his work featured in several publications over the years. Concretions have added the newest development to Bryani?1/2s work. He and his family harvest these treasures while swimming in the gorgeous rivers of Vermont. The real enjoyment comes from their display of as many wonderful pictures they make in the mind's eye like those you see in the clouds. Mythology of the Abenaki Indian says that "Wana-games-ak, reckless creatures or those who have lost their minds, are little people of another genus, who inhabit rivers. They have narrow faces'like the blade of a hatchet', so only the profile has an outline. Their noses are high and aquiline,'so large as to be all ...

    Alexandre Nodopaka - 1. To portray ideas in a fresh style, but most important I was Born for Art, I Live for Art and will die for Art. 2. Abstraction in art is the greatest spiritual meditation & an ideal cerebral masturbation. 3. Photography killed representational art some 150 years ago. The computer killed abstract art. Today, thousands abstracts can be created in a day, they may be worth a thousand words but not a penny! 1. Pour peindre des idees dans un style frais, mais plus important je suis ne pour l'Art, je vis pour l'art et mourrai pour l'art. 2. L'abstraction dans l'art est la plus grande meditation spirituelle & une masturbation cerebrale ideale. 3. La photographie a tue l'art figuratif il y a quelques 150 annees et l'ordinateur a tue l'art abstrait. Aujourd'hui, des milliers d'art abstrait peuvent etre crees dans un jour... ils peuvent valoir mille mots mais pas un centime! 1. Para retratar las ideas en un estilo fresco, pero mas importantes de que era nacido para Art, vivo para Art y morire por Art. 2. El caracter abstracto en el ...