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Discover 287 original sculpture artworks for sale between $10000 - $100000. Contemporary emerging artists: Julia Cake, Don Metke, Vladimir Rukhlin, Daniel Richmond, Layla Somerset De Brontė, Jack Hill, Kum-thong Ngim, Paul Orzech, Daniel Fiorda, Paul Vauchelet, Robert Vowles, Sue Jacobsen, Luc Bihan, Michael Leyton, Harry Weisburd, Mariam Hakobyan, Youri Messen-jaschin, Stefan Van Der Ende are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 10 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 Metke: 'Missionary Carnival', 2000 Wood Sculpture, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Sculpture
24 x 24 inches (61.0 x 61.0 cm)
Vladimir Rukhlin: 'Motherhood', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, undecided.
, 2007
undecided - Sculpture
90 x 143 cm (35.4 x 56.3 inches)
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Daniel Richmond: 'Butternut Core', 1998 Wood Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
144 x 28 inches (365.8 x 71.1 cm)
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Layla Somerset De Brontė: 'Lolita', 1997 Aluminum Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description:
, 1997
undecided - Sculpture
34 x 12 inches (86.4 x 30.5 cm)
Jack Hill: 'Wrestling', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, Fantasy. Artist Description:  The full title of this piece is Wrestling With Our Demons. ...
, 2000
Fantasy - Sculpture
22 x 48 inches (55.9 x 121.9 cm)
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Jack Hill: 'Mello', 2003 Bronze Sculpture, Fantasy. Artist Description:  The full title of this piece is Mello- Cello. A 16
, 2003
Fantasy - Sculpture
33 x 62 inches (83.8 x 157.5 cm)
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Jack Hill: 'Pas', 1998 Bronze Sculpture, Fantasy. Artist Description:  The full title of theis piece is Pas de Deux. This piece is in my Mermaids series....
, 1998
Fantasy - Sculpture
25 x 34 inches (63.5 x 86.4 cm)
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Kum-thong Ngim: 'To feel to touch to experience the divine', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
12 x 30 inches (30.5 x 76.2 cm)
Kum-thong Ngim: 'Unleashing', 2006 Other Sculpture, undecided.
, 2006
undecided - Sculpture
3 x 12 inches (7.6 x 30.5 cm)
Paul Orzech: 'Cactus Man four feet ', 2004 Bronze Sculpture, Mystical. Artist Description:  The saguaro cactus stands as a stately ambassador in the Southwest, welcoming humans to the Sonoran desert.  This unique plant's white blooms were named Arizona's state flower in appreciation of their beauty and the centrality of this cactus to the diverse peoples of the Southwest.  Through ...
Mystical - Sculpture
22 x 46 inches (55.9 x 116.8 cm)
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Daniel Fiorda: 'totems trio', 2006 Wood Sculpture, Architecture. Artist Description:  same as totems ...
Architecture - Sculpture
2 x 12 feet (0.61 x 3.66 m)
Paul Vauchelet: 'Kumeyaay Eshpa Tree', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, Culture. Artist Description: A 15 foot high freeform stanless steel soaring eagle rising out of stainless steel and copper flames of chaos monted on a steel pipe with three stalks illuminated from dusk to dawn by high intensity LEDs powered by a self charging and switching solar panel...
Culture - Sculpture
6 x 15 feet (1.83 x 4.57 m)
Robert Vowles: 'Poker Face close up', 1990 Ceramic Sculpture, Political. Artist Description: The Joker crucified, the king is a beast. ...
Political - Sculpture
7 x 8 inches (17.8 x 20.3 cm)
Robert Vowles: 'Poker Face', 1990 Ceramic Sculpture, Political. Artist Description:
, 1990
Political - Sculpture
7 x 9 inches (17.8 x 22.9 cm)
Robert Vowles: 'Dice and Die', 1989 Mixed Media Sculpture, Life. Artist Description:
Life - Sculpture
7 x 9 inches (17.8 x 22.9 cm)
Robert Vowles: 'Dice and Die  close up', 1989 Mixed Media Sculpture, Life. Artist Description:
Life - Sculpture
7 x 9 inches (17.8 x 22.9 cm)
Robert Vowles: 'Cosmic Chess Game  close up', 1988 Mixed Media Sculpture, Political. Artist Description: Look closely at the chess game, maybe you' ll see yourself among the ceramic figures there. Are you victim or a survivor? What' s certain,
Political - Sculpture
10 x 5 feet (3.05 x 1.52 m)
Robert Vowles: 'Cosmic Chess Game', 1988 Mixed Media Sculpture, Political. Artist Description: The world on a chess board; thermo nuclear rooks threaten politician queens and baby pawns with nothing but hungry mouths are thrown into the breach to face certain death. Pouring their inequity into this mortal game are the dark spectres, floating off the gaming table, focusing all eyes ...
Political - Sculpture
10 x 5 feet (3.05 x 1.52 m)
Sue Jacobsen: 'Ernest Hemingway', 2002 Bronze Sculpture, Portrait. Artist Description: National Sculpture Society 2003
Portrait - Sculpture
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Luc Bihan: 'Breast Tree', 2003 Bronze Sculpture, Erotic. Artist Description: We've buried a lot of breasts on our climb to success. Let more than just our hands explore.  Build up from our centre core. It was our mothers, sisters, aunts, and daughters who ushered it away. No man can forget the day. That it took their women ...
Erotic - Sculpture
11 x 29 inches (27.9 x 73.7 cm)
Michael Leyton: 'Night Monument', 1999 Aluminum Sculpture, Architecture.
Architecture - Sculpture
100 x 75 inches (254.0 x 190.5 cm)
Michael Leyton: 'Dark Theory', 1999 Bronze Sculpture, Architecture.
Architecture - Sculpture
100 x 75 inches (254.0 x 190.5 cm)
Harry Weisburd: 'Woman with a cup   PORTRAIT OF  JOAN', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: Woman with a cup is a life size bronze casting portrait....
Figurative - Sculpture
15 x 48 inches (38.1 x 121.9 cm)
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Mariam Hakobyan: 'Creation', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
, 2000
undecided - Sculpture
41 x 45 cm (16.1 x 17.7 inches)
Mariam Hakobyan: 'Eyes of Soul', 2003 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
35 x 57 cm (13.8 x 22.4 inches)
Mariam Hakobyan: 'Rivulet', 1988 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
, 1988
undecided - Sculpture
31 x 54 cm (12.2 x 21.3 inches)
Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Light I', 2003 Glass Sculpture, Optical. Artist Description: Light offWood, glass & neon. Photography by Youri Switzerland / (r) 2003. by ProLitteris, Po. Box CH- 8033 Zurich  (c) 2003 by Youri Messen- JaschinSwitzerland...
, 2003
Optical - Sculpture
121 x 121 cm (47.6 x 47.6 inches)
Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Light II', 2003 Glass Sculpture, Optical. Artist Description: Light offWood, glass & neon. Photography by Youri Switzerland / (r) 2003. by ProLitteris, Po. Box CH- 8033 Zurich / (c) 2003 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland...
, 2003
Optical - Sculpture
148 x 148 cm (58.3 x 58.3 inches)
Stefan Van Der Ende: 'whithout title', 1987 Wood Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
35 x 105 cm (13.8 x 41.3 inches)
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Andrew Wielawski: 'untitled', 2002 Stone Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: I sometimes put a patina on sculptures, which wears away as they get older and leaves them looking better each year. ...
, 2002
Figurative - Sculpture
30 x 36 inches (76.2 x 91.4 cm)
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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 ...

Jack Hill - All of my sculptural work is bronze, cast in the "lost wax" technique. Besides sculpting the original work, I am hands on with all the phases of the casting process, including the molds, waxes, metal, and application of the patinas. My foundry experience allows me to ensure the quality and integrity of each idea, from inspiration to final presentation. The ideas are born from observation of the human existence, in all its splendor and absurdity. The addition of my own whimsy and uncommon approach brings about an expression of life in the permanence of bronze. People are only one part of the whole planet and my anthropomorphic works are an exploration of the blending of man into various parts of the environment. With attention to anatomic detail and a tongue-in-cheek twist I wish to stimulate the imagination and, maybe, tickle the funny bone. Questions? Call me at 305/240-3238 A new line of work has been added that I call "Body Armor". The human form is treated as if skin was an armor that could be put on or removed as needed. If it had been lost long ago and recently rediscovered, what would it look like. ...

Paul Orzech - Paul Orzech Sculpture Studio Artist Statement: The heart of my artwork is expressed by the words "Classical form with a modern edge." As an artist, I feel the need to incorporate the classic concepts of the human figure from the Ancient Greek and Italian Renaissance periods, with the more message-oriented elements of today's art. My belief in the beauty and power of the raw human form is exquisitely celebrated in the classical forms of sculpture. The modern themes I treat in my art include feminism; contemporary ideas of spirituality and love; and the all consuming presence time plays in our fast-paced American lives. I feel there is a quiet strength in the combination of established classics and contemporary expression that demonstrates a smooth continuity of social history. ...

Daniel Fiorda - Daniel Fiorda's sculpture breaks up the logic of representation characteristic of traditional Western-art sculpture. His works are made with discarded metals assembled in a complex and busy structure that recalls a Neo-baroque approach to art. The sculpture's material becomes a morphological generator of its figurative shape. As an archeologist, Fiorda captures the "presence" and the elusive meaning of each fragment, - a glaring coin made of copper, a motor screw, part of a car chassis, discarded remnants of the industrial world. Each fragment forms an intricate and tactile vision, full of dramatic resonance. A "horror vacui" seems to guide the complex and busy construction of each piece. Multi-layered disparate metal parts have been put together creating a logic of excess. An overloaded structure emerges organized in a Baroque composition....

Paul Vauchelet - Thank you for visiting my portfolio. As far as a brief background, I was an Art major at SBVJC, I then did frelance work for a couple of national magazines and was the Creative Art Director for Robert Keith and Co. The bottom line that matters here is whether you derive pleasure from my work or not. Those of you that do not. That is fine. Diversity is what makes life such a glorious experience. Keep looking! There is an artist out there whose work will stir a pleasure center in you like no other. Those of you that do find some degree of enjoyment in my work confirm my belief that we as humans really do enjoy life when we "Stop long enough to smell the roses". Everything in our world is exquisitely beautiful when we take the time to fully relish it in minute detail. When I paint it is solely for egocentric pleasure. The hyper realism of my work reflects my delight in discovering even the smallest nuance of my subject matter. I consume my subject visually, savoring it like a fine wine. My eyes become my palate, tasting even the subtlest of changes in textures and ...

Robert Vowles - My earliest artistic impulses were satirical. Whether drawing unflattering cartoons of family members or playing the class clown, my creative sparks were baby thunder bolts. As I grew older it was natural that I should grow to love surrealism. I appreciated the way surrealist images pulled the rug out from under the conventions I grew up with. I lost myself in the imaginary worlds created by artists like Salvador Dali and Hieronymous Bosch. In contrast to these artists my creative inspiration required that my artwork exist in the world in three dimensions. I would be a surrealist sculptor. After graduating from the University of Toronto in 1982 with an Honours BA in political science and a solid grounding in what a blighted place our world is, I went to search for my piece of Mammon. I utilized my artistic skills as a three dimensional illustrator for ad agencies. I did not abandon my dream of being a surrealist sculptor, but added to it a new dream. I hoped to create a themed gallery for my art work and the work of other like minded artists. I hate displaying my art work in clinical gallery environments like some sort of lab ...

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...

Luc Bihan - Luc is an internationally known French sculptor, trained in San Francisco Art Institute. He has directed animation in both France and Canada and has supervised animation in China, North Korea, Poland, and Romania. As an artist, Luc feels art creation is a therapeutic meditative process, reflecting the subconscious and releasing inner thoughts and feelings. 30 years of clay sculpture Luc Bihan's interest is the relationship between the human and the organic world which makes clay his favorite medium for any sculpting project. The natural earthy essence of clay makes it the most ecological medium available and he believes "the language of time talks to me through my fingers tips." While self-expressive, his art is also a form of communication with his audience: the symbolic images he develops are frequently ambiguous and encourage the viewer to consider different layers of meaning. Whether it is his organic figurative sculpture or his whimsical drawings, the work of Luc Bihan is a statement of texture and sensuality. ...

Michael Leyton - In his MIT Press book, Symmetry, Causality, Mind (630pages) and his book in Springer-Verlag, A Generative Theory of Shape (550pages), Michael Leyton has elaborated an extensive theory of why art has such a powerful impact on the human mind. This results in an ability to intensify the content of artworks through an increased understanding of compositional organization, that Leyton has provided in his scientific work, which includes his mathematical foundations for geometry. For example, theorems of his, such as the Symmetry-Curvature Duality Theorem, which are now used in over 40 disciplines including many branches of medicine and engineering, also explain the human perceptual response to art-works. Not only has he demonstrated this in his lengthy published analyses of classical and modern artists, but he has also demonstrated that it is possible to surpass the intensity of these artists. This he has done by using the theory developed in his books in the creation of his own artworks - his paintings, his published architectural designs, and the published scores of his musical compositions. The portfolio at the present site is currently under construction. While this is in progress, the reader can gain an extensive introduction to Leyton's artistic ...

Harry Weisburd - Harry Weisburd is an Internationally Represented Artist, including, USA, Expressions Gallery, Berkeley, California,

Mariam Hakobyan - The talent to create is given to an artist from above, and the artworks she creates bear trace of her soul and nature. The horizons and layers from where she receives her inspiration determine the light or dark, divine or evil nuances in her art. Every artwork incorporates the artist's soul, her way of thinking and circumstances of her times. With my art I seek for and try to awaken the heavenly sparkle embodied in people from the very beginning. I try to introduce them to the sometimes harmonious, and at other times restless lines, forms and playful colors of the artwork, and to open up an opportunity to contemplate, analyze and finally admire the beauty. ...

Youri Messen-Jaschin - Youri Messen-Jaschin is an artist of Latvian origin, he was born in Arosa-Switzerland. His artistic studies brought him to the "Ecole Superieur Nationale des Beaux-Arts". He was a pupil of professor and master Robert Cami and also attended the Hautes Etudes of the Sorbonne University, which included, History of Art, with professor Pierre Francastel from the Ecole Pratique, in Paris. From 1962 to 1965 he returned to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Lausanne, where he worked with the engraver and painter Ernest Pizzotti. He debuted his creations at the Lausanne EXPO, in 1964 (Swiss fair), where he presented his kinetic sculptures of glass and acrylic resin. Youri was searching for new forms of art. He worked two years in "The Center of Contemporary Engraving" in Geneva. But it was in Zurich that he expanded his pictorial perspective with the experience of the circle above the face, influenced by the Swiss painter Friederick Kuhn. From 1968 to 1970, he studied at the University of Hogskolan for design & Konsthantwerk of Gothenburg, where he made kinetic objects of textiles. In 1967, he met Jesus-Rafael Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Julio Le Parc during an ...

Stefan Van Der Ende - My sculptures are Solutions for Non/existing Problems . Now is the time to collect them. They are rare and unique ,and there are not many of them , also due to the big amount of time it takes to make the biggerones in wood and stone . They are made dreaming/thinking and working intensively , whith the intention to be able communicate emotion through their abstract/associative visual appearence which relate to subconcious processes in the human mind .(specialy mine ofcourse ) There are often more pictures of one sculpture , because ,as you know you have to see sculptures from more sides , to get a good impression . Mijn sculpturen zijn oplossingen voor niet /bestaande problemen . het is nu de tijde om ze te gaan verzamelen Ze zijn zeldzaam en speciaal , en er zijn er niet zoveel te koop , ook als gevolg van het feit dat het een grote hoeveelheid tijd kost om ze te maken ( speciaal die in hout en steen ) Ze worden gemaakt in een intensief proces van denken dromen en werken . Met het doel uiteindelijk via hun abstract/associatieve visuele aanwezigheid emoties via abstracte vorm te communiceren via de interpreatie van de beschouwer .door het raken van onderbewuste oude lagen in ...