Sculpture For Sale - Price Range: $5000 - $10000

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Discover 370 original sculpture artworks for sale between $5000 - $10000. Contemporary emerging artists: Mac Worthington, Ted Schaal, James Johnson, Paul Machalaba, Robin Antar, Bob Dornberg, Youri Messen-jaschin, Eric Jacobson, Martin Glick, Andrea Waxman Mulcahy, Depasquale Sculptures, Harry Weisburd, Andrew Wielawski, Ildiko Toth, Jack Earley are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 13 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: 'flight of angels', 2020 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Welded aluminum painted pearl white. Abstract outdoor sculpture...
Abstract - Sculpture
40 x 140 inches (101.6 x 355.6 cm)
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Ted Schaal: 'bocce ball score keeper', 2015 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract. This Bocce ball score keeper works by moving each pointer hand up until you get to 21.  Each pointer clicks into place and it s moved around.  It has a hand carved relief map of Italy in the center that is accurate enough to find the region or valleys you ...
Abstract - Sculpture
24 x 2 inches (61.0 x 5.1 cm)
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Ted Schaal: 'horizon', 2016 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract. This bronze and mirror polished stainless steel sculpture appears to defy gravity with its  delicately balanced yet structurally sound composition. ...
, 2016
Abstract - Sculpture
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
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Mac Worthington: 'tranquil intrigue', 2020 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. Available. Signed   dated. Certificate of Authenticity. Delivery, Shipping availableFor further information on this piece or to discuss a custom design please call 614 | 582 | 6788 or email: macwartist aol. com	...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
28 x 108 inches (71.1 x 274.3 cm)
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James Johnson: 'discover', 2019 Steel Sculpture, Figurative. First moment of consciousness of what is right in front of you. . .  The work is composed of 60 stainless steel and 40 bronze with a light brown color and a granular surface.  These are high resolution renderings of a limited edition of 20 with an artistaEURtms signature, date, and ...
, 2019
Figurative - Sculpture
10 x 14 inches (25.4 x 35.6 cm)
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Paul Machalaba: 'SOLD commissions available', 2015 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Similar size 9 foot polished abstract commissions available for corporate or residential spaces.  Projects can be designed and built in a similar style to your exact wishes. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
3 x 9 feet (0.91 x 2.74 m)
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Ted Schaal: 'orbacado', 2016 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract. The Orbacado was inspired by pulling apart and avocado and the void left by the pit on one side.  It is a contemporary abstract sculpture made of bronze with polished stainless steel pit. ...
, 2016
Abstract - Sculpture
15 x 20 inches (38.1 x 50.8 cm)
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Robin Antar: 'balancing act 3', 2016 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. balance, honeycomb calcite, abstract, figure, art...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
11 x 11 inches (27.9 x 27.9 cm)
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Robin Antar: 'the thinker 3', 2017 Stone Sculpture, Abstract Figurative. carved out of honeycomb calcite, figure, thinker, stone...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
9 x 9 inches (22.9 x 22.9 cm)
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Robin Antar: 'moving on', 2009 Stone Sculpture, Abstract. stone, abstract, movement, moving, energy, life...
, 2009
Abstract - Sculpture
10 x 18 inches (25.4 x 45.7 cm)
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Bob Dornberg: 'LISTING  copyrightN', 2016 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.  FLORIDA, ARTIST, SCULPTURE, NEW SMYRNA BEACH, ABSTRACT, STEEL, ...
Abstract - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Bob Dornberg: 'AIM  copyright', 2016 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.  FLORIDA, ARTIST, SCULPTURE, NEW SMYRNA BEACH, ABSTRACT, STEEL, ...
Abstract - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Bob Dornberg: 'JAX  copyright', 2016 Steel Sculpture, Abstract. FLORIDA, ARTIST, SCULPTURE, NEW SMYRNA BEACH, ABSTRACT, STEEL, ...
Abstract - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Bob Dornberg: 'FUSEL  copyright', 2016 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.  FLORIDA, ARTIST, SCULPTURE, NEW SMYRNA BEACH, ABSTRACT, STEEL, ...
Abstract - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Pleiades II', 2016 Other Sculpture, Optical.  Op art Mobile | brass + PlexiglasYouri Messen- Jaschinenjoy the vidA(c)o
Optical - Sculpture
115 x 150 cm (45.3 x 59.1 inches)
Ted Schaal: 'Desert Mirage', 2016 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract.  Desert Mirage is inspired by driving across the desert and seeing a mountain hovering over the horizon with what appears to be sky between the road and mountains.  This is the fourth attempt at capturing this phenomena in a three dimensional, permanent medium ...
Abstract - Sculpture
41 x 15 inches (104.1 x 38.1 cm)
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Eric Jacobson: 'Wave Sculpture', 2013 Other Sculpture, Abstract.  Description: This
Abstract - Sculpture
48 x 84 inches (121.9 x 213.4 cm)
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Martin Glick: 'AIDS Pieta', 2003 Bronze Sculpture, Representational.         This sculpture is one part of an AIDs monument that I have designed.  The whole of the sculpture would show all ways one can be infected with this dreaded disease.    ...
, 2003
Representational - Sculpture
18 x 18 inches (45.7 x 45.7 cm)
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Martin Glick: 'the Plight of Afro American Women with AIDs', 2003 Bronze Sculpture, Representational.        This sculpture is one part of an AIDs monument that I have designed.  The whole of the sculpture would show all ways one can be infected with this dreaded disease.   ...
Representational - Sculpture
27 x 27 inches (68.6 x 68.6 cm)
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Martin Glick: 'The Marking of Cain', 2010 Bronze Sculpture, Dance.
Dance - Sculpture
20 x 35 inches (50.8 x 88.9 cm)
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Andrea Waxman Mulcahy: 'Time In Space', 2011 Steel Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
32 x 34 inches (81.3 x 86.4 cm)
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Eric Jacobson: 'Mandala I   detail', 1998 Other Sculpture, Mandala.     DETAIL   This sculpture is an elegant interplay of organic forms, within a mechanistic structure       ...
Mandala - Sculpture
2 x 6 feet (0.61 x 1.83 m)
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Eric Jacobson: 'Mandala I', 1998 Other Sculpture, Mandala.       This sculpture is an elegant interplay of organic forms, within a mechanistic structure      ...
, 1998
Mandala - Sculpture
2 x 6 feet (0.61 x 1.83 m)
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Depasquale Sculptures: 'The Divine Symphony', 2018 Stone Sculpture, Figurative.  This sculpture depicts and emulates the awesome beauty and perseverance of todays woman, coming out and pushing throughthe stone.  Nonetheless, there are so many complex curves, that have to harmonize in order to achieve the aesthetic symphony of the female body form, thus I entitled this sculpture, The Divine Symphony...
Figurative - Sculpture
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
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Harry Weisburd: 'Woman with a cup   PORTRAIT OF  JOAN', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative. 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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Andrew Wielawski: 'Ecce Omo', 2002 Mixed Media Sculpture, Mythology. Ecce Omo. . . Behold Man. The harlequin looks at you as you do at him. . . forming grand opinions on the basis of very little knowledge. He knows little about you, yet his expression is of the confidence born of ignorance. How quick will you be to invent his story to satisfy ...
, 2002
Mythology - Sculpture
1 x 5 feet (0.30 x 1.52 m)
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Ildiko Toth: 'Malaga Installation1', 1994 Ceramic Sculpture, Architecture. Handbuilt Powder Room fantasy, inspired by the beauty of Andaluzia, with sculpturesque accessories for uniquespaces....
Architecture - Sculpture
78 x 52 inches (198.1 x 132.1 cm)
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Jack Earley: 'Great Eagle', 1991 Wood Sculpture, Birds. : I like working with wood in doing what I call construction sculpture. That is, I like to think of putting a sculpture together using actual or psuedo- construction techniques. This eagle has no nails or glue. It is held together with tongue- in- groove techniques and with wooden pegs. How...
Birds - Sculpture
79 x 61 inches (200.7 x 154.9 cm)
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Eric Jacobson: 'Nature in Balance', 1997 Steel Sculpture, Other. This painted steel sculpture is about balance and nature as displayed in the suspended mandela. The piece balances on its small base although it is slanted to one side. ...
Other - Sculpture
5 x 8 feet (1.52 x 2.44 m)
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Ed Pennebaker: 'chandelier number 553', 2019 Glass Sculpture, Abstract. Sculptural lighting with 89 glass pieces on steel armature.  Stainless steel cable and canopy cover included to hang chandelier from ceiling...
Abstract - Sculpture
38 x 28 inches (96.5 x 71.1 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 "Little Chicago", Mac was privileged to be molded around a family of artists. His father John "Jack" 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 60's 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 ...

    Ted Schaal - Lately I have been exploring the use of two enduring materials, bronze and stainless steel. I enjoy the juxtaposition of the primitive texture in the bronze with the mirror polished modern look of the stainless. Balance and symmetry dominate simple geometric forms. These sculptures are made to last through the ages with the highest level of craftsmanship and quality metals. Most of my latest work can be scaled up for public or corporate settings and commission inquiries are welcome. With over 20 years of sculpture experience anything is possible from desk top size to monumental fountains and sculpture. ...

    James Johnson - The basis of my work is the exploration of universal patterns of being common to everyone such as shadow, hero, or trickster. My interest in patterns of being is a fascination that we all share common behaviors or emotions that can be understood singularly. Each pattern of being may be expressed as a figurative sculpture of hand cast aluminum alloy at half-life scale. Patterns of being may be referenced with Jungian archetypes. My hope is to make patterns of being more visible and tangible...

    Robin Antar - My abstract pieces depict the waves of thoughts moving through my mind at various moments. Sometimes, I sit in front of the stone, shut my eyes and meditate before starting the art process. I think of the form I need to create to transfer feelings of tranquility onto these works. When I feel angry, I attack the stone with the same mass array of sharp and powerful tools such as 7-inch diamond blades and high-powered air hammers, to chisel away and eliminate my stress, anxiety, and frustration. These emotions vanish as they are infused into the rock. Its true beauty of these sculpture lays not merely in its physical presence, but in its soul. My point is to bring a dead rock to life. What better way than to give it a physical shape and breathe my emotions into its grooves ...

    Bob Dornberg - Art ELEMENTS include; relationships of objects, shapes, lines, spaces, colors, rhythm and balance. ELEMENTS are seen when observing any work. An artist should learn while observing, exploring and inventing. While subject matter is important, it should remain subservient to these ELEMENTS. MY WEBSITES:

    Youri Messen-Jaschin - From 1958 - 1962 his artistic studies lead him to the higher national school of fine arts student of Professor Arno Roberto Cami and to the Practical school of the Sorbonne, division of social sciences history of art, Professor Pierre Francastel in Paris. From 1962 until 1965, he went to the School of fine arts in Lausanne. He worked with the engraver and painter Ernest Pizzotti. A<> in 1964 with his kinetic glass and acrylic sculptures. He worked two years at the aEURoeCenter of contemporary engravingaEUR in Geneva. Then, he worked in Zurich, where he broadened his pictorial perspective with the painter Friederich Kuhn thru experience of the circle in the face. From 1968 until 1971, he acted at the University of HAPgskolan fAPr design Konsthantwerk in GAPteborg, where he created researches of textile kinetic objects. In 1967, he met at an exhibition in GAPteborgs Konsthall JesAos - Rafael Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Julio Le Parc. Speaking with these artists, he discovered to be fascinated by optical art. He decided to devote all his research to kinetic art. An extended stay in GAPteborg gave him the opportunity to constantly evolve in movement and ...

    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....

    Martin Glick - As a realistic sculptor I have often been accused of running against the tide of the more modern and abstract movements, but if you take a good look at the work the design is abstract. The look of the work may be, at first glance academic or classical, but the composition is very much in today's idiom. There is a strong sense of movement. Even in the symmetrical sculptures you feel as if they are about to move, like a stop motion camera. They all invite invite you to walk around and see the other side. There is often a strong emotional element and or a narrative. In some sense I am a story teller. Even when viewing one of my portraits you see the subject. Their history and personality is in their face for you to see and to react to. I have been told that my sculptures have something that is unique. There is a twist to the norm, a twist of the form, an emotional element that is mine. It is my heart and my particular view of the world. No price quoted on a sculpture means that it is at a gallery. All i inquiries...

    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....

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

    Andrew Wielawski - Art must communicate ideas and have them received the way the artist intends, reaching as many viewers as possible to provoke an emotional response. If you go for those who are in the know about artistic periods, about current trends, and about a symbolic language that requires training to understand, then the artist will miss a huge audience. The artist then becomes a slave to styles created by others. If on the other hand, you work towards reaching multiple levels of viewers, then your task becomes more difficult, and at the same time, more fulfilling. An artist who creates a language will not fit into any already existing niche, and will alienate those looking for something they already know about, like gallerists, collectors and museums. Creativity, however, is like water...it will find its way around such obstructions, and bring the artist satisfaction and a clientele that appreciates what they create without regard for what's in fashion. Most of all, this way of producing reflects the rarity of truth in a world mostly dedicated to superficial values. ...

    Ildiko Toth - I studied art, design and master ceramics in Hungary, Budapest.I advance studied set design and architecture in the United States.I was introduced to the fascinating world of sculpting by my Master Artist:Zsuzsa Morvay of Hungary. My traveling throughout the World inspires and helping me to find the tools to complete my task: To define The Poetry-of-Clay. In my work I strive to combine the valuable essence of centuries into creations of art objects-to be placed in today's architectural enviroment.My goals include working with new materials, discovering, combining and stretching their possibilities. ...

    Jack Earley - After writing for two decades, I was developing an idea that I knew could be better expressed as a painting. So in the mid-eighties I took up full-time a life-time passion: painting. My work is about inner energy; about, first of all, my own energy and internal balance, reinforced through the practice of yoga and tai chi. I sign the inner energy of the subject matter onto the canvas. I work with acrylics on canvas and sumi-e inks on rice paper. I also sculpt using wood, copper and leather. Along with focusing on the inner energy of my subject matter, I am constantly working with an awareness that humans have an ancient need to see form, be it in clouds or in chipped paint on a wall or in waving leaves. The ability to decipher forms is part of our oldest survival skills. Imagine the advantage of being able to quickly spot the approaching bear among the shifting shadows of trees. Imagine the advantage and the thrill. On many canvases, I create forms so the viewer "discovers" them in an uplifting act. Often, I give the paint its head in creating forms, like freeing a captured ...