Sculpture For Sale - Price Range: $400 - $499

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Discover 317 original sculpture artworks for sale between $400 - $499. Contemporary emerging artists: Mac Worthington, Lawrence Tuber, Eric Jacobson, Richard Lazzara, Robert Pulley, B Malke, Louise Parenteau, Djan Mulderij, Vladimiras Nikonovas, Ali Gallo, Sal Villano, Johan Nieuwborg, Berthold Neutze, Massimo Duroni, Lolita Sadauskaite, Gregory Liffick 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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Mac Worthington: 'butterflies', 2019 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Aluminum painted automotive acrylic and clear coated. Can be placed outdoors or in. Each are individually created to order in the colors you desire. For further information on this piece or to discuss a custom design please call 614 | 582 | 6788 or email: macwartist aol. com	...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
29 x 20 inches (73.7 x 50.8 cm)
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Lawrence Tuber: 'sculptural award', 2019 Glass Sculpture, Business. Black and White Sculptural Award...
Business - Sculpture
7 x 12 inches (17.8 x 30.5 cm)
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Eric Jacobson: 'vine totem IV', 2019 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract. 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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Richard Lazzara: 'rings of love pin ornament', 1989 Mixed Media Sculpture, Fashion. rings of love pin ornament from the folio LAZZARA ILLUMINATION DESIGN is available at
Fashion - Sculpture
3 x 4 inches (7.6 x 10.2 cm)
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Richard Lazzara: 'ribbons of glory pin ornament', 1989 Mixed Media Sculpture, Fashion. ribbons of glory pin ornament from the folio LAZZARA ILLUMINATION DESIGN is available at
Fashion - Sculpture
2 x 4 inches (5.1 x 10.2 cm)
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Richard Lazzara: 'dolphins tails told pin ornament', 1989 Mixed Media Sculpture, Fashion. dolphins tails told pin ornament from the folio LAZZARA ILLUMINATION DESIGN is available at
Fashion - Sculpture
3 x 2 inches (7.6 x 5.1 cm)
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Richard Lazzara: 'deep soul diving pin ornament', 1989 Mixed Media Sculpture, Fashion. deep soul diving pin ornament from the folio LAZZARA ILLUMINATION DESIGN is available at
Fashion - Sculpture
4 x 3 inches (10.2 x 7.6 cm)
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Robert Pulley: 'Fetish', 2019 Clay Sculpture, Abstract. An evocative little table or pedestal scale sculpture.  An organic humped form is pierced by two rectangular open passages.  The brown clay is flecked with a light clay in scratch marks, textures and an incised white line that runs along the back.  There is some question what this is.  Ancient, ...
, 2019
Abstract - Sculpture
14 x 10 inches (35.6 x 25.4 cm)
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B Malke: 'Upside Down', 2014 Mixed Media Sculpture, Figurative.    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. 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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Louise Parenteau: 'Chandu', 2014 Ceramic Sculpture, Mask.  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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Djan Mulderij: 'No Wireless Piece II', 2014 Ceramic Sculpture, Figurative.    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.   Also used ceramic wheel. Clay, Glaze, Wire  ...
Dance - Sculpture
12 x 26 cm (4.7 x 10.2 inches)
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Djan Mulderij: 'Space', 2013 Ceramic Sculpture, undecided.  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.  made from old metal parts on wood board ...
Surrealism - Sculpture
80 x 40 cm (31.5 x 15.7 inches)
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Robert Pulley: 'Inside Out', 2012 Ceramic Sculpture, Abstract.  Abstract hand built stoneware clay sculpture with rose, black, brown and burnt orange glazes over copper stain.  A dramatic scooped out negative leads the mind to try to project what the form would have been.  Organic and geometric play against each other. ...
, 2012
Abstract - Sculpture
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Ali Gallo: 'agave americana', 2010 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
16 x 18 inches (40.6 x 45.7 cm)
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Sal Villano: 'Winter Bird Nest   wire tree sculpture', 2011 Steel Sculpture, nature.  sculpture, art, wire, metal, nature, metalwork, steel, copper, beads, glass, jade, instruction books, bonsai, trees, art work, artists, mixed media, sal villano, create wire trees, twisted wire trees, how to create wire trees  ...
nature - Sculpture
14 x 18 inches (35.6 x 45.7 cm)
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Johan Nieuwborg: 'Red Kiss', 2011 Mixed Media Sculpture, Animals.
, 2011
Animals - Sculpture
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Louise Parenteau: 'X', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Representational.       Scrap material: Wood, metal, cloth, found objects.    Scrap material:wood, metal, leather, found objects      ...
, 2007
Representational - Sculpture
0 x 162 cm (0.0 x 63.8 inches)
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Louise Parenteau: 'PABLO', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Representational.      Scrap material: Wood, metal, cloth, found objects.    Scrap material:wood, metal, leather, found objects     ...
, 2007
Representational - Sculpture
0 x 63 cm (0.0 x 24.8 inches)
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Louise Parenteau: 'THE LADY SINGS THE BLUES', 2008 Mixed Media Sculpture, Ethnic.   Scrap material: Wood, metal, leather, found objects.    Scrap material:wood, metal, leather, found objects  ...
Ethnic - Sculpture
0 x 55 cm (0.0 x 21.7 inches)
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Berthold Neutze: 'Last Call For Umberto', 2010 Wood Sculpture, Abstract.       beechwood, oiled, 2010     ...
Abstract - Sculpture
22 x 30 cm (8.7 x 11.8 inches)
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Berthold Neutze: 'Why She Couldnt Stay', 2010 Wood Sculpture, Abstract.      beechwood, oiled, 2010    ...
Abstract - Sculpture
21 x 37 cm (8.3 x 14.6 inches)
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Massimo Duroni: 'heartquake', 2009 Other Sculpture, undecided.
, 2009
undecided - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Massimo Duroni: 'heartquake', 2009 Other Sculpture, undecided.
, 2009
undecided - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Massimo Duroni: 'heartquake', 2009 Other Sculpture, undecided.
, 2009
undecided - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Lolita Sadauskaite: 'bicycle', 2008 Glass Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
18 x 20 cm (7.1 x 7.9 inches)
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Gregory Liffick: 'warm front', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Ecological.   Ink and spray enamel on wood....
, 2007
Ecological - Sculpture
12 x 21 inches (30.5 x 53.3 cm)
Sal Villano: 'Cascade Number  3,  Wire Tree Sculpture ', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Landscape.  Cascade # 3 - Wire Tree Sculpture Created using 20, 24, 26 gauge galvanized steel wire. 15
Landscape - Sculpture
18 x 15 inches (45.7 x 38.1 cm)
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    Mac Worthington - BIO Internationally recognized and locally renowned, Mac Worthington continues his inspirational fine art past his studio and into your home. Each piece reflects his desire for difference and neglect for the norm. Born and raised in Canton, Ohio also known as i?1/2Little Chicagoi?1/2, Mac was privileged to be molded around a family of artists. His father John i?1/2Jacki?1/2 Worthington was a local artist, well-known for this bronze sculptures, specifically busts for movie stars and sports figures included in the Pro Football Hall of Fame located in Canton, Ohio. His mother Marion Worthington was skilled in enameling and silver work. The combination of creative talent and environment made him destined for artistic success. Serving in the jungles of Vietnam at the age of nineteen Mac interpreted the indescribable feelings of war into powerful expressions of art. He attributes additional creativeness to influences such as Hells Angels, Elvis, Bob Dylan, Marlon Brando and the 60i?1/2s era. Going back to his roots he entered the world of heavy metal. Teaching himself to weld he used steel and iron to create massive, grandiose outdoor sculptures. Becoming more skilled with his mediums, he discovered the versatile use of high tech aluminum. This skill ...

    Lawrence Tuber - My Newest work involves blowing a multi layered blank on which I carve intricate decoration. I am using images ideas that I have been drawing since childhood. I am from Mars. I also make multi-vessel sculptures using blown and optical glass components creating families of vessels. I have been a vessel maker for 30 years. heck out my Etsy site at

    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....

    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 ...

    Robert Pulley - 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...

    Ali Gallo - Uncovering and bringing to the surface what boils beneath creates the tension necessary for a dialog to begin between the idea and the artist and/or the art and the viewer. Finding anyway to create this tension, gouging, scratching, laying, etc in a painting or sculpture allows for deeper inspection, providing the incredible power of metaphor for the human condition....

    Sal Villano - The inspiration for creating my sculpture grew from a lifetime love of trees. I am in awe of the stately presence and silent majesty they posses. I find the structure of trees to be one of the perfections in nature. With their roots embracing the earth; in winter they show their bones, in spring gentle buds, in summer a canopy of green and in fall a magical kaleidoscope of colors. Beauty, pure beauty. ...

    Berthold Neutze - Artists Statement Art from wood is either turned (pretty bowl), roughly hewed (pure artistic laziness) or from selected ugliness regarding to the choice of wood. The flashy the material the less you see the sloppy work of the artist Why do I use wood after all? Besides hard and splintery beechwood? The work is risky and tedious, demands concentration and sensitivity for the material's structure - thus a challenge for craftmanship. Together with the subtle texture and unexitedly tint of beechwood that makes it to my favourite material. Beechwood allows undisguised view towards the form language. The shiny smooth surface means a distance to ,,harsh" nature to me. The outcoming piece is a picture, not copy. The tactile dimension. There is this invitation to the spectator to touch it, to feel the inherent warmth of wood, to feel out the incorporated strings and muscles to append another dimension to his phantasy. Subject follows function. My abstract -, as well as the anthropo- and zoomorphic sculptures emerge from the curiosity what other structures evolution could find - or improve - to add another niche in nature. I mostly work without preceding drawings und start to work unintentionally; the ,,idea" evolves during the progress - the ...

    Gregory Liffick - I like to find new life in old, found items. I perform a kind of plastic or reconstructive surgery on the materials that I find in thrift stores and other like places, refinishing and refreshing their skin with spray enamel or acrylic paint and reforming and improving their shapes with bits and pieces from elsewhere. In the process of reimaging the items, I resurrect them from the past and bring them into the present, making them current and relevant through the concepts and messages I attach to them, commentaries on the state of things in the world today. I give new purpose and interest to items that have lost their place in the onrush of use and fashion. I take once upon a time materials and try to make them timeless....