Sculpture For Sale - Price Range: $400 - $499 (319)

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Discover 319 original sculpture artworks for sale between $400 - $499. Contemporary emerging artists: Eric Jacobson, Jerry Cox, Tony Maez, Kylie Huang, Rufus Adeniyi, Debbie Jacobson, Jernej Tramte, Sergio Milani, Blazej Siplak, Merlin Mccormick, Bart Soutendijk, Max Tolentino, Dimitri Sonkeng, B Malke, Robert Pulley, Daniel Lombardo, Natalie Rostad Desjarlais, Elnaz Nourizadeh, Louise Parenteau, Robert Hargrave, Jeffrey Yankosky, Djan Mulderij, Geert Vanderplancke, Vladimiras Nikonovas, Dave Martsolf are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 11 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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Eric Jacobson: 'vine totem IV', 2019 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: This organic constructed sculpture was inspired by growing plants and totemic sculptures ...
Abstract - Sculpture
8 x 24 inches (20.3 x 61.0 cm)
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Jerry Cox: 'art nouveau platter ii', 2019 Wood Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Art Nouveau...
Abstract - Sculpture
17 x 17 inches (43.2 x 43.2 cm)
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Tony Maez: 'moose alive', 2019 Wood Sculpture, Animals. Artist Description: This is a wooden moose skull made from Alaskan spruce with real antler sheds. ...
Animals - Sculpture
3 x 3 feet (0.91 x 0.91 m)
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Kylie Huang: 'flyless bird', 2018 Other Sculpture, Birds. Artist Description: this is a very sculpture with warmth, its very suitable for decorating your house , and even safe with children , if you drop it on the ground, guess what it wont brake.i am a artist from Taiwan, nice to meet you ...
Birds - Sculpture
24 x 45 cm (9.4 x 17.7 inches)
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Rufus Adeniyi: 'ogboni staff', 1972 Bronze Sculpture, Culture. Artist Description: Yoruba culture. The Ologboni s are secret cult members and the Staff is for invoking the spirit of the Ancestors. ...
Culture - Sculpture
2 x 11 inches (5.1 x 27.9 cm)
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Debbie Jacobson: 'sculpture - reaching', 2018 Other Sculpture, Undecided.
Undecided - Sculpture
10 x 25 inches (25.4 x 63.5 cm)
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Jernej Tramte: 'rooster', 2016 Wood Sculpture, Animals. Artist Description: 2017 is the Chinese Year of the rooster and announces a year of awakening, new beginnings and hard work. Proud posture symbolizes courage in the daily steps we have to walk. ...
, 2016
Animals - Sculpture
43 x 43 cm (16.9 x 16.9 inches)
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Sergio Milani: 'zeus 2016-32s', 2016 Wood Sculpture, Circus. Artist Description: The horses of the Zeus line are made entirely of wood and interpret the jockey with his horse, the work mounted on wheels during towing the juggler rotates dynamically opening the arms, is prepared for painting with white background.The decorative theme of Zeus line is  circus scenes , ...
Circus - Sculpture
10 x 7 inches (25.4 x 17.8 cm)
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Blazej Siplak: 'head n 3', 2017 Wood Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: wood, abstract, walnut, sculpture, head...
, 2017
Abstract - Sculpture
33 x 100 cm (13.0 x 39.4 inches)
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Merlin Mccormick: 'making baby', 2015 Wood Sculpture, Undecided. Artist Description: pregnant lover...
Undecided - Sculpture
10 x 13 inches (25.4 x 33.0 cm)
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Merlin Mccormick: 'trans sex lovers', 2015 Wood Sculpture, Erotic. Artist Description: gay love...
Erotic - Sculpture
12 x 18 inches (30.5 x 45.7 cm)
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Bart Soutendijk: 'heels', 2014 Steel Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: wire wall art of lady wearing high heels...
, 2014
Figurative - Sculpture
16 x 25 inches (40.6 x 63.5 cm)
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Max Tolentino: 'ORIGAMI', 2008 Steel Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  Steel painted sculpture, not ready for delivery ...
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
30 x 30 cm (11.8 x 11.8 inches)
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Dimitri Sonkeng: 'Chess table made with ebony wood', 2015 Wood Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description:  original chess table made by a cameroonian artisan, with ebony wood and red wood ...
undecided - Sculpture
35 x 0 cm (13.8 x 0.0 inches)
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B Malke: 'Upside Down', 2014 Mixed Media Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:    Wood, ceramic composition, clay              ...
Figurative - Sculpture
6 x 9 inches (15.2 x 22.9 cm)
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Robert Pulley: 'Cloud Bank', 2015 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:     Abstract, hand built, stoneware, clay, sculpture , rose, black, brown, light blue, cream.  ...
, 2015
Abstract - Sculpture
13 x 13 inches (33.0 x 33.0 cm)
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Robert Pulley: 'Blue Canyon', 2013 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:     Abstract hand built stoneware clay sculpture with rose, blue, black, brown and burnt orange glazes over copper stain,  ...
Abstract - Sculpture
12 x 15 inches (30.5 x 38.1 cm)
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Daniel Lombardo: 'Message of Love 2', 1988 Bronze Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description: abstractbronze...
undecided - Sculpture
4 x 12 inches (10.2 x 30.5 cm)
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Natalie Rostad Desjarlais: 'Daughters of the earth', 2015 Mixed Media Sculpture, Undecided. Artist Description:  Stone painting, using natural harvested pigment from the mountains in Nicola Valley. Native spirituality.  Bringing forth the energy that exists in Mother Earth; s gifts. ...
Undecided - Sculpture
8 x 5 inches (20.3 x 12.7 cm)
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Elnaz Nourizadeh: 'Avoider', 2014 Ceramic Sculpture, Mask. Artist Description:    Earthenware ceramic Sculpture.       ...
, 2014
Mask - Sculpture
24 x 38 cm (9.4 x 15.0 inches)
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Louise Parenteau: 'Chandu', 2014 Ceramic Sculpture, Mask. Artist Description:  Mixed media: Ceramic, wood, leather.                     mask, african, art, sculpture, ethnic, raku, ceramic, wall sculpture,   ...
, 2014
Mask - Sculpture
35 x 36 cm (13.8 x 14.2 inches)
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Robert Hargrave: 'Comet Clock Supreme', 2014 Wood Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description:  clock ...
undecided - Sculpture
14 x 14 inches (35.6 x 35.6 cm)
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Jeffrey Yankosky: 'Whirleyjig', 2014 Wood Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:    Steam Bent. Reclaimed Ash wood sculpture. One of a kind. Solid wood. Not Plywood or other composite. The wood can only bend once and the figure of the grain expresses the curves in the wood. Unlike metal, plastic and other medium, this cannot be duplicated. Thanks for looking. ...
, 2014
Abstract - Sculpture
5 x 21 inches (12.7 x 53.3 cm)
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Djan Mulderij: 'No Wireless Piece II', 2014 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:    Also used ceramic wheel. Clay, Glaze, Wire   ...
Figurative - Sculpture
16 x 22 cm (6.3 x 8.7 inches)
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Djan Mulderij: 'No Wireless Piece', 2014 Ceramic Sculpture, Dance. Artist Description:   Also used ceramic wheel. Clay, Glaze, Wire  ...
Dance - Sculpture
12 x 26 cm (4.7 x 10.2 inches)
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Geert Vanderplancke: 'BIRD', 2012 Wood Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2012
Abstract - Sculpture
35 x 32 cm (13.8 x 12.6 inches)
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Djan Mulderij: 'Space', 2013 Ceramic Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description:  Also used ceramic wheel. ...
, 2013
undecided - Sculpture
20 x 17 cm (7.9 x 6.7 inches)
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Vladimiras Nikonovas: 'Chrom vanadium', 2013 Mixed Media Sculpture, Surrealism. Artist Description:  made from old metal parts on wood board ...
Surrealism - Sculpture
80 x 40 cm (31.5 x 15.7 inches)
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Dave Martsolf: 'Knossos', 2013 Wood Sculpture, Architecture. Artist Description: Wood sculpture' Knossos' uses small pieces of poplar stained in two shades, polished with Minwax and assembled with small interlayer pieces of black- stained square pine pieces glued to a stained pine base 16 x 17 x 5 high, suitable for table or wall- hanging display. ...
, 2013
Architecture - Sculpture
16 x 17 inches (40.6 x 43.2 cm)
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Dave Martsolf: 'Woodhenge', 2013 Wood Sculpture, Architecture. Artist Description:   Wood sculptures - After many years of inventing illusionistic space using two- dimensional formats, I am now beginning to explore real space with sculptural materials and concepts.  This second wood construction reminds me of ancient post and lintel construction such as was used in very early religious architecture. ...
, 2013
Architecture - Sculpture
16 x 17 inches (40.6 x 43.2 cm)
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    Eric Jacobson - My work is influenced by a variety of sources from mandalas to contructivism "drawing in space" and nature: artists like David Smith, Mark Di Suvero, Miro, Picasso, etc. My current work incorporates brass tubing with mobiles and water. Some of these create sound as well. I have also created steel "frames", often octagonal that enclose a series of elements floating within this environment. I have been exploring the use of depth(perspective), color and balance in my work. I am very interested in the "layers" that make up each person's life history and mind, and therefore create layers in my sculpture to symbolize this. I often see things in the world as having an" inner and an outer", sometimes revealed to the world at large and sometimes hidden. This includes the human mind. People often keep parts of themselves hidden or protected even sometimes from themselves. Sometimes thes things are revealed in artwork. My sculptures also involve the relationship of the natural and man-made environments and the balance or imbalance between them....

    Jerry Cox - Jerry Graduated from WestminsterWilliam Woods College in Fulton Mo in 1978 with a BFa, Jerry concentrated on Sculpture, Drawing and Watercolor. His sculpture work then was mainly wood constructions and carvings. Soon after graduation Jerry began restoring Juke boxes, Slot machines and old arcade memorabilia. He joined the St. Louis Artist Guild, the oldest Art organization west of the Mississippi, 130 years old this year and has been a member since and is now the Vice President. In 1982 Jerry started working for an antique restorer that also built reproduction furniture. In 1986 Jerry started his own business restoring antiques and building furniture. During this time the Furniture as Art movement grew as a craft and Jerry pursued that line of work and still does to this day as his main profession. About 2002 Jerry started using the lathe as an integral part of his sculptural work. The work often starts on the lathe only to be cut, carved and pieced together to form new shapes often with a Christian or Sci fi theme. Today Jerry heads the Fine Wood Division of NewSpace inc, overseeing the production of fine furniture and cabinetry. The sculptures are created is his 1600 square ...

    Tony Maez - All of my artwork reflects my love for the outdoor and my great respect for all of the wonderful creatures in it . I was born and raised in Colorado around hunting and fishing and i now reside in Alaska the Mecca of the outdoors which is a great inspiration for my artwork. ...

    Rufus Adeniyi - I am a widely traveled Nigerian Aesthetics consultant. A graduate of University of London, Goldsmith. I believed in Art as a way of life and a reflection of the spiritual and socio-economic life of the people. My flair for natural things of beauty has no measure. Apart from my Art gallery, I also run a consultancy firm in all forms of artistic embellishment in fine furnishing for corporate bodies, private individuals and diplomatic missions. Married and strongly believe in modesty and fair play....

    Jernej Tramte - Carving is an old profession and it has experienced full boom in the past, for the first time in ancient Egypt and in Europe in the Middle Ages. It can be seen in the classic, old art, but pleasant lines of manually treated wood are also included in a modern setting, where they diversify and fill the space. My products are just that and they promote positive energy in space and bring peace and love. Each tree and wood has its own vibration. Wood is beautiful however it is treated, but most important for me is to revive and reimburse life to it in another form, in harmony with my expression, which vibrates in the direction of unconditional love. When working with wood I feel and connect with it, which is imprinted in the product. I work with a variety of wood materials oak, walnut, pear, cherry, alder, linden ..., also choosing them according to the harmony with the product. Bartolus is my artistic name, which is derivative of the Hebrew word for Jernej, as this is my name. I wish you a pleasant visit of my site, Jernej Tramte...

    Sergio Milani - In 1960 I graduated from the P.Selvatico Institute of Padua - Italy, and immediately began my career as a teacher of art, at the same time as a freelance designer, I collaborated with the most famous Italian toy industry In plastic, with the task of designing new toys lines, designing and realizing their prototypes. As a lover of wood, in 1999, I came to the idea of aEUR
    Merlin Mccormick - I am new to the art world and still trying to feel my way through. I have lived through the free love era of years gone by and now wonder what have happened to that spirit of enlightenment. That mind set that the body is a beautiful thing to marvel at and that sexual expressions of love and openness was something to strive for. That does not seem to be the case presently. It seems as though there is a push to view the human body as something to be ashamed of and not displayed in its nude form and viewed as something vulgar. The art works that I have created express that spirit of free love and appreciation for the human body and the freedom and awareness gained from sexual interactions of the body and mind. It is my hope that my creations re-light that flame from the past and that people fine my work appealing and would want to own one or more pieces. I only show a few here but I have many more ready to offer. They are truly unique one of a kind items that will grow in value as time goes by. ...

    Bart Soutendijk - I have been making Wire Wall Murals on a commission basis since 1972. A Wire Wall Mural is the final step in a simplification process that starts with a photograph or group of photographs. I make and remake the line drawing to emphasize only the essence of the subject. I ask, myself: "What is it about this image that makes is unique." Then I strip away the lines that are not required to convey that quality. Finally, like the poet who reviews every word, I re-examine every turn and curve as I bend the wire into that image -- a large line drawing in space. The final installation, a solid line in front of a moving shadow, has scale enough to suit a large space without dominating the room. After I make a wire wall sculpture I hang it up and "live with it" for a while. Sometimes I cut away additional material, add more, or change bends before I consider the sculpture ready for a home, gallery, or museum. I say: Nothing is permanent, as long as you have pliers. ...

    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 ...

    Robert Pulley - A friend told me recently that it was helpul for her to know how an art work is created and how the artist thinks. That led me to consider what I have to say about my art work. When one looks at my sculpture I hope one sees strength, mystery, sensuousness, spiritual energy and more. How these constructions in modeled clay can stir such responsed in myself and others is a mystery to me, but I can say something about my methods and way of thinking. I have always been intuitive, reactive and spontaneous. I love improvisation, expression and the power of chance and serendipity. This may not seem obvious in large pieces that must be carefully crafted over weeks or months. Here is how it works. When I began the first pieces in this body of work many years ago they were purely improvisational. I would begin each piece with a flat slab of clay that I cut into a shape that would be the bottom of the sculpture. I usually had a vague idea of the proportions I wanted. This general notion set the theme within which I worked. In the manner of free jazz I would consider ...

    Daniel Lombardo - My art is first informed by the human figure, its essential vertical presentation with a focus on unique but related frontal and rear views, and the gestalt of interconnected shapes that are both linear and volumetric. It is secondarily informed by totem poles of the Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest and other tribal cultures from around the world, with their stacked and interconnected elements that may represent key figures or concepts in their myths and legends, combined to "tell a tale" or remind of basic cultural tenets. Though my sculptures do not represent any specific events, I imagine my pieces as abstract tales both of personal events or generally themes of human experience. The pieces develop from gestural sketches based on this visual language of interconnected forms merging and diverging usually along a vertical axis. Most recently I have worked in forged steel which has fostered new gestural elements that this material inspires. ...

    Elnaz Nourizadeh - Art for me is life. When I create a sculpture or a simple bowl, I feel alive. I like to create things that have feelings, emotions and motion. I create two types of artworks, sculptures and pottery. In my pottery I express my raw ideas in irregular and often asymmetric shapes of vessels and combination of different glazes and colours. This gives me the time to control my emotions and excitement. Each of my sculptures manifests a period in my life; emotions, everything I feel, see and experience. Overtime my sculptures have transitioned from statements about restrictions in my life to ideas of freedom and breaking the barriers. I get my ideas from everyday things I see in the streets, music I listen to, the news I read or a new artwork that catches my eye. I start making samples and experimenting with the idea and reading and researching about it until it becomes mature enough to build a sculpture. I prefer clay as my main medium because it gives me freedom and allows to create any shape I desire and refine the shape as it dries. ...

    Louise Parenteau - ARTISTIC STATEMENT I studied fine arts at the University Of Quebec In Montreal (1986-1991). I was involved in various artistic activities in which I took a strong stand against injustice, poverty, and social exclusion. My work took shape using different methods of research and observation. I articulated my artistic approach inspired by existential human sufferings. I created portraits of individuals with unusual physical traits, expressions, deformities, attitudes... These characters inspired me to use colour in contrasts and splashes. My aim was to express the life animating the characters by an internal light. For my installations, I used a physical space to transpose socio-political situations and dramatic events. With the barest resources, my intention was to stimulate the interest of the viewer. My material supplies: Acrylic, rubbish, wood, metal, rust, polystyrene panels, personal objects, used clothing, etc. In 1995, I realized that I had reached limits with my artistic approach. I decided to have a period of questioning with the aim of going further in my research in terms of intention and expression. This process enabled me to explore, to experiment with different materials and to reposition myself using sculpture as my main form of expression. Ever...

    Robert Hargrave - Beauty is often found in unexpected places. Few people would expect anything made from plywood to be beautiful, yet they are surprised and intrigued when they learn this fact about my work. I laminate a very special Birch plywood from Russia to a darker Lauan plywood from Indonesia, then carve them to reveal the previously hidden core. The results are often compared to some rare and exotic wood, skillfully brought to life. The Plywood Sculpture line consists of nearly seventy contemporary designs that are functional as well as decorative. There are over two dozen mirrors in many shapes and sizes. The designs range from figurative to geometric, from celestial to functionally conservative. Several figurative sculptures are balanced by some furniture designs. The line is rounded out by many gift items, such as picture frames, boxes and other accessories." All of my designs have a fluid sense of movement, emphasized by the black glue line. The alternating light and dark woods have a variety of colors in natural, however dyed colors offer even more possibilities. Each piece is signed and given a smooth, maintenance free lacquer finish. A free, full color catalog is available upon request. ...

    Geert Vanderplancke - SCULPTING IS FOR ME THE CONQUERING OF SPACE WITHOUT LOSING THE SPIRITUAL CONTENTS OF EACH VOLUME OUT OF LIGHT.MY TOTEM-LIKE SCULPTURES RISE LIKE GHOSTS FROM THE INGNEOUS GROUND AND EVOKE, BY THE MATERIAL THAT IS USED,BY THE VERTICAL STRUCTURES AND THE EXOTIC MOTIVES,ASSOCIATIONS XITH THE "PRIMITIVE"ART OF BLACK AFRICA. I'M ALSO FASINATED BY THE NORTH SEA....

    Dave Martsolf - Dave Martsolf Dave Martsolf was born in 1949 in Kansas, moved to Western Pennsylvania in early childhood and at age 12 moved to New Hampshire where he resides today. MartsolfaEURtms father and grandfather were architects and his mother a professional photographer. Martsolf attended MIT and later UNH where he earned a degree in Fine Arts. His early work was influenced by the great masters and others such as the post-impressionists Miro, Matisse, Kandinsky, Klee, Picasso, and the surrealist Salvador Dali. Architectural instincts developed due to his close association with architecture in his youth. DaveaEURtms focus has been in visual arts his entire life. His style extends from realism to surrealistic to fantasy and abstraction. His work uses the mediums of oils, watercolors, inks and pencils, to the more technically-oriented media of computer-based art. Beginning in the late 80aEURtms Martsolf spent productive time with the tools of Bryce, Poser, KaiaEURtms Power Tools, and similar photo editing and photo manipulation products. He was creator, owner and artistic director of Damsel Software Group in the 1990aEUR2s as a producer and manufacturer of original content screen savers. Today, Dave has returned to handmade art. He continues ...