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Discover 443 original sculpture artworks for sale between $1000 - $1999. Contemporary emerging artists: Keith Francis, Debbi Chan, Paul Carbo, Robert Raikes, Julia Cake, Andrea Waxman Mulcahy, Jessica Goldfinch, Amber Marley Padilla, Daryl Stokes, Dan Woodard, Tai Nguyen, Max Tolentino, Depasquale Sculptures, Marianne Den Otter, Angela Treat Lyon, Horea Sabau, Omar Ibrahim, Alistair Pirie are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 16 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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Debbi Chan: 'more than three bears and goldilocks', 2010 Wood Sculpture, Animals. Artist Description:  completed and for sale. i may put a polyurethane finish on it however. ...
Animals - Sculpture
17 x 47 inches (43.2 x 119.4 cm)
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Paul Carbo: 'Emily Dickinson', 2010 Wood Sculpture, Famous People. Artist Description: Custom handmade, free- standing wood cabinets as life- size caricature of Emily Dickinson...
Famous People - Sculpture
20 x 62 inches (50.8 x 157.5 cm)
Robert Raikes: 'EVE', 2004 Wood Sculpture, Nudes. Artist Description:   Mesquite log on a stone base Carved white pine         Carved multiple hardwoods and silver.                      ...
, 2004
Nudes - Sculpture
18 x 54 inches (45.7 x 137.2 cm)
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Julia Cake: 'Untitel', 1915 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.
, 1915
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
8 x 25 cm (3.1 x 9.8 inches)
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Andrea Waxman Mulcahy: 'Nesting Vessel', 2010 Steel Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
19 x 10 inches (48.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Jessica Goldfinch: 'Praying Hands', 2010 Other Sculpture, Conceptual. Artist Description:   Cold Cast Bronze     ...
Conceptual - Sculpture
0 x 11 inches (0.0 x 27.9 cm)
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Andrea Waxman Mulcahy: 'Bronze Ring Nebula', 2010 Steel Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
10 x 16 inches (25.4 x 40.6 cm)
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Amber Marley Padilla: 'Roller', 2006 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  Cast Bronze SIngle Edition ...
, 2006
Abstract - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Amber Marley Padilla: 'Reflection with Three Tears', 2010 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Amber Marley Padilla: 'Reflection with Three Tears detail', 2010 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Daryl Stokes: 'Sculptured Redwood Glass Top End Table DS 16710', 2009 Wood Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  Striking Redwood burl glass top end table with a dramatic base design that combines bold sculptural forms with organic beauty. The polished geometric wood components interact gracefully with their rustic gnarly burl counterparts to produce a visually intriguing structure with sharp contrasts. The burl end table supports a ...
Abstract - Sculpture
30 x 30 inches (76.2 x 76.2 cm)
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Daryl Stokes: 'Sculptured Redwood Glass Top End Table', 2009 Wood Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  Dynamic redwood burl glass top end table with a sculptured base that combines bold architectural forms with organic beauty. The dramatic polished geometric components interact gracefully with their rustic gnarly burl counterparts to produce a visually intriguing structure which supports a 30 inch square clear plate glass top. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
30 x 30 inches (76.2 x 76.2 cm)
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Dan Woodard: 'Silence', 2010 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:  Sculptor Dan Woodard's
, 2010
Figurative - Sculpture
10 x 10 inches (25.4 x 25.4 cm)
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Dan Woodard: 'Anguished Man with Broken Nose', 2010 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:   Sculptor Dan Woodard's
Figurative - Sculpture
14 x 10 inches (35.6 x 25.4 cm)
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Tai Nguyen: 'sculpture', 2007 Wood Sculpture, Nature. Artist Description:        beautifull hand carved sculpture , it is very hard to carve on old rose wood , it more than hundred years old              ...
, 2007
Nature - Sculpture
15 x 20 inches (38.1 x 50.8 cm)
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Tai Nguyen: 'LUCKY Budda', 2010 Wood Sculpture, Nature. Artist Description:     beautifull hand carved lucky budda by rose wood with only one not two by shape           ...
Nature - Sculpture
22 x 12 inches (55.9 x 30.5 cm)
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Tai Nguyen: 'hand carved', 2010 Wood Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description:  hand carved rose wood scuplture ...
undecided - Sculpture
17 x 25 inches (43.2 x 63.5 cm)
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Max Tolentino: 'Untitled', 2010 Steel Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  steel sculpture in drawn wire. part of new series of abstract scultuptures with a focus on empty spaces. technique : cutting, bending and welding . Propriety of Mr. Sergio Batista ( Rio)  ...
, 2010
Abstract - Sculpture
47 x 30 cm (18.5 x 11.8 inches)
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Depasquale Sculptures: 'La Bloom', 2010 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:   Signed original by dePasquale, accompanied with Certificate of Authenticity. Price includes professional packaging and insurance.This sculpture represents the birth and blooming of the female figure( torso) . California cedar is utilized for the torso, the top of the figure turns into rose petals. The torso emerges out of ...
, 2010
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
16 x 17 inches (40.6 x 43.2 cm)
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Marianne Den Otter: 'Crying ', 2009 Stone Sculpture, Children. Artist Description: I cry for all the children who are no being loved and when they die nobody caresits for all those children that I cry    ...
, 2009
Children - Sculpture
22 x 40 cm (8.7 x 15.7 inches)
Marianne Den Otter: 'Escaping from the stone', 2010 Bronze Sculpture, Spiritual. Artist Description:    Impressions of ancient times  bronze sculpture of a woman escaping out of the stone   ...
Spiritual - Sculpture
22 x 40 cm (8.7 x 15.7 inches)
Marianne Den Otter: 'Guardian Angels ', 2010 Bronze Sculpture, Spiritual. Artist Description:  two guardian angels    ...
Spiritual - Sculpture
65 x 30 cm (25.6 x 11.8 inches)
Marianne Den Otter: 'New Life', 2010 Stone Sculpture, Children. Artist Description:  alabaster sculpture of mother and child    ...
, 2010
Children - Sculpture
44 x 40 cm (17.3 x 15.7 inches)
Depasquale Sculptures: 'Solo Serenity', 2010 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Artist Description:   Signed original by dePasquale, accompanied with Certificate of AuthenticitySolo Serenity represents one' s personal journey in life, and how to go with the flow, rhythms, and timing in every precious moment.dePasquale lays out his own original design, paying attention to the stone' s grain for structural ...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm)
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Angela Treat Lyon: 'Due Soon', 2010 Stone Sculpture, Equine. Artist Description:  Straining with the weight. . . . ...
, 2010
Equine - Sculpture
10 x 12 inches (25.4 x 30.5 cm)
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Angela Treat Lyon: 'Curly', 2010 Stone Sculpture, Equine. Artist Description:  Who put these curls in my mane! ? !  ...
, 2010
Equine - Sculpture
10 x 12 inches (25.4 x 30.5 cm)
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Horea Sabau: 'Muse', 2002 Stone Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2002
Abstract - Sculpture
17 x 76 cm (6.7 x 29.9 inches)
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Omar Ibrahim: 'Owl', 2009 Other Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2009
Abstract - Sculpture
25 x 50 cm (9.8 x 19.7 inches)
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Alistair Pirie: 'PRE COLUMBIAN SHAMAN', 2009 Wood Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:     ARCHETYPAL IMAGE    ...
Abstract - Sculpture
5 x 14 inches (12.7 x 35.6 cm)
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Alistair Pirie: 'PRE COLUMBIAN SHAMAN', 2009 Wood Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:    ARCHETYPAL IMAGE   ...
Abstract - Sculpture
5 x 14 inches (12.7 x 35.6 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Debbi Chan - I am going to do an updated artist's statement. But until I submit it you have a short temporary one. As an artist I an fullfilled and contend. But at the same time I seek more , absorb more, and enjoy more. Art fills and fullfills me..I am always being an artist. My eyes see art always. This is not a hobby that I partake of when time suits. Art feeds me. Art consoles me. And being prolific it also takes my time. And for this I am thankful that i listened to my inner self. I am thankful for a following that grows by the minute. I enjoy you enjoying my portfolio. I also have come to realize that the coined phrase "starving artist" is a reality for some of us. But if you take another quote, my own , you will see that starving and rich pertain to material $. because of you the viewers , and because art is my life and my passion I can truly say that I AM RICH.. RICH WITH NO MONEY... and I can also say with truth that I am happy. I chose the path that allowed this rich life. There will continue ...

Paul Carbo - I started messing round with wood in 1999 while still working as a graphic artist for the Los Angeles Times. We all worked on computers at that time and I was craving to do art with my hands like we used to back in the "dim time" before computers. I initially started to build small functional art pieces for children. Things like paper and pencil holders. I then progressed to larger caricatures of famous people I thought kids should be aware of like Abe Lincoln and Mark Twain, still intended as furniture for children. I would store the finished cabinets in my living room. They mingled well with my other furniture and and found I using them to store CD's,books ans such. At that point I said to myself " Why wouldn't grown-ups like this kinda thing"? I left my job at the newspaper, forged on and continued to build....

Robert Raikes - We are all enigmas cast upon a sea of moments, our moments, beautiful shells washed upon a shore of light to be found by those leaving footprints on the sand of life. Beauty to be grasped between the waves....

Julia Cake - Julia Cake: Sculptress Born: 1973 in Monaco Currently Living in England Introduction Julia's passion for sculpting began when she was 16 after an accident cut short a holiday from another of her true passions, skiing. She enrolled in the famous Beaux Art academy in France to more fully express what was already an over whelming artistic flair. She decided to move into the three-dimensional world of sculpting. This dynamic gave Julia the release she needed to allow her artistic ideas to flow. These ideas when suppressed in earlier years were sometimes misunderstood by those around her, who would comment that Julia's introspective behavior perhap's required a quite different therapy. Her first ever piece "Trois Elephants" was judged 2nd place at an international exhibition in Cannes. She was just 17 years old. From clay she moved into marble, which soon became the stone for which Julia's passion raged. Born in Monaco and growing up in the French Riviera, Julia was able to drive into Italy to hand pick the most beautiful pieces of naturally formed marble to work with. This is what developed her most sought after talent; the ability to take a stone and transform ...

Andrea Waxman Mulcahy - My work illuminates an energetic state that exists yet is generally not seen. Movement as it is captured in space indicates pathways and an energy flow. Visualization of this movement brings to mind that which is not seen in the world but still exists. I'm intrigued by the way simple lines can become complex structures and how complex structures can be reduced to simple lines. I choose to work in steel because it gives me the most immediate connection to my thoughts and the welding process allows me to quickly execute my ideas. The stability and the permanence of metal also gives me the capability to build with structural freedom. Steel rods can represent an single line allowing the negative space to become an important part of the sculpure and the bent steel rods create a fluidity that lets one forget that the structure is made of hard steel....

Amber Marley Padilla - A common thread runs though my work: themes of loss, protection, religion, tenderness, fragility, power and paradox. As I build my abstract tools, vessels and structures they begin to take on their own personality- some are sharp, some ridiculous, some failing, some untouchable. Their true purpose is often elusive. A bronze Fate Device, comfortably cradled, awaits its task tied too tightly to be moved, fate yet to be determined. A cart constructed of fragile reeds, guarded by a creature- or perhaps the cart guards the creature? Wife of Epimetheus entices one to peer into the slotted window, but the bronze lid prevents a closer look. The window has done its job--one need not lift the lid to release the contents. Nests, towers and snares explore ill-conceived intentions of protection. In Undetermined Danger, an unidentified object has been captured and bound to calm fear of the unknown. Snare with Attached Illusion is a fragile toy where one might become trapped in endless repetitions. Remains is a protective tower for ashes of an idea or soul. ...

Daryl Stokes - I have been an artist most of my entire life beginning in junior high school. In my early years, I did many sketches and paintings that were realistic subjects. Eventually I became intrigued with impressionism and abstract expressionism which lead me to create an extensive series of expressionistic acrylic paintings and optical designs. In college, I majored in art education and did extensive studies in fine arts, psychology and humanities. After college, I began traveling the US and eventually moved to Monterey, Ca. where I discovered articles created from redwood burls. I became fascinated with the endless array of natural forms inherent in redwood driftwood and burls and I began an entirely new artistic endeavor. For over 20 years, I designed and produced an wide array of redwood furniture ranging from coffee tables, dining tables, bars, chairs, sofas to include floor fountains, sculptured lamp stands, bed frames and many other unique sculptural products. Recently I have developed a new series of contemporary abstract redwood sculptures that are visually dramatic with many subliminal forms resembling animals or containing human characteristics. As the sculptures are viewed from different positions, they change remarkably....

Dan Woodard - Archetypes...Myths...Rituals. I have long been intrigued and fascinated by these concepts. In my sculptures, both figurative and abstract, I employ these aspects of a collective unconscious to evoke an emotional state within the viewer. In my figurative work, my goal is to capture the myriad changing state of the human condition through subtle changes in facial countenance and body language. The end result shows how the inner condition is expressed by the outward form while also conveying a sense of this expression transcending both time and history. In my abstract sculptures, I have recreated the numinous quality of subconsciously shared images, stories, and ceremonial rites. The sculptures, themselves, are composed of abstract forms that are covered with a rich, textural surface. The end result is a complex organic piece that evokes a sense of ancient artifacts, of ritualistic objects from some unknown culture, or of imagined landscapes. However, be it figurative or abstract, my ultimate goal is to have the viewer feel a sense of familiarity with the work...a sense of having experienced this before. I believe this feeling of deja vu arises from both the collective unconscious and a mystical center we all share. ...

Max Tolentino - I do not think of art as a rationalization of an artistic thought or perhaps I am not still able to think this way. What fascinates me is the exercise of art; it is doing something that can express my personal point of view of things and the perception and the expression of the world as I see. Anything that carries human significance may cause me an emotion with the same intensity that I see at any museum in the world. Art is an emotional and intellectual product to me. Since my late starting in arts I have been sculpting my way in the artistic scenario with a differenced curiosity so that my overture to this environment gives me a privileged position. Doubts - no doubt - will arise, as my works transit between the formalism and the concept, between the beautiful and the political in art. But the doubts belong more to the one who sees then to me. Maybe I want to go further than the cultural concepts i?1/2 not that I pay much attention to it - but perhaps one day appreciating from outside I may glimpse a chance to be inside thus contributing in a certain way to this world ...

Max Tolentino - Angela Treat Lyon - I make art because I must. It's a cellular need. It's a compulsion, an addiction, a Beingness I cannot deny. Simply put: Art is Spirit moving through any particular medium, whether it be stone, music, cooking, dance, speech, or whatever. Create an intention, take action, results follow, fine or not. Images dwell within me getting fat and juicy until they just simply will not allow me to sit on them one more minute. Many many nights I'll wake up with designs in my head, all clamoring to come out at once, and I'll have to get up and draw furiously till they're out and happy. When I was very young, I made a pact with myself not to do any artwork that depicts pain and suffering - why paint that when we see so much of it all around us, every day? What I wanted to see and surround myself with was expressions of the feeling I had in my heart about how I felt it could be, and really is, on levels we don't normally think about or have visual access to during the glaring light of day. I want my work to do ...

Horea Sabau - The language of sculpture Sculpture for me has endless posibilities of expression, therefore " the language of sculpture " wich I use is very diverse wether it is by form (abstract, conceptual or figurative) or by material. Being born in the small village of Ghida ,where I spent all of my childhood , I was in permanent contact with nature and this way of life had a profound efect on my sculpture. One of my main themes is the permanent conection of man and nature, of our direct contact with the earth without any inetrmediaries. This can be found in my "Sunshine in Ghida" sculpture, wich represents a resin cast of the dirt road of Ghida village, in wich the traces that the paysans and their animals were leaving while going in the morning to work on their land. Another conceptual work is the " Being " sculpture, wich represents man's struggle with its existence and the fact that through the course of our life we must ascend an invisibile latter. The theme of ascension is also present in the work entitled " Path of the Righteousness ". The archaic look of my abstract works comes from the natural materials like wood and stone wich I ...