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

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Discover 416 original sculpture artworks for sale between $5000 - $10000. Contemporary emerging artists: Vladimir Gavronsky, Denis Isakov, Leonard Bey, Angelo Mazzoleni, Burhan Sabir, Yucel Donmez, Sadat Edriss Bwambale, Remo Belletti, Richard Pitts, Hal Goldberg, Gary Chris Christopherson, Sherman Hay, Valentine Reshikov, Phil Parkes, Beatriz Cunha, Peter Mravilnikov, James Ferraro, Jane Jaskevich, Aykut Oz, Mark Renaud, Daniel Richmond, Ahki Bui, Layla Somerset De Brontė, Jack Hill are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 15 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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Denis Isakov: 'The crucifixion', 2007 Other Sculpture, Religious.  Tusk of a mammoth, ancient oak.A carving, manual job. ...
Religious - Sculpture
15 x 30 cm (5.9 x 11.8 inches)
Leonard Bey: 'Roots of Stone', 2008 Stone Sculpture, Other.  This is a small works dedicated to stones. one can enjoy the beauty of both natural and carved of the stone. ...
Other - Sculpture
8 x 12 inches (20.3 x 30.5 cm)
Angelo Mazzoleni: 'Linea di confine', 2008 Mixed Media Sculpture, Conceptual.  period new sincretic art and contemporary problems ...
Conceptual - Sculpture
100 x 60 cm (39.4 x 23.6 inches)
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Burhan Sabir: 'man', 2008 Other Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
50 x 220 cm (19.7 x 86.6 inches)
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Yucel Donmez: 'The Women', 2006 Other Sculpture, Representational.  Acrylic on zinc sculpture ...
, 2006
Representational - Sculpture
26 x 73 cm (10.2 x 28.7 inches)
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Burhan Sabir: 'man', 2008 Other Sculpture, Abstract.  one hand ...
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
80 x 150 cm (31.5 x 59.1 inches)
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Sadat Edriss Bwambale: 'Slave trade in the ancient days', 2007 Wood Sculpture, Education. In the past days People were regarded as animals. There were treated not humanly. But like nothing. This hapened to African people too. Many were being touchered by outsides. But since God does exist, They stoped the manner. But many of our brothers are out there, they have lost their ...
Education - Sculpture
2 x 3 feet (0.61 x 0.91 m)
Remo Belletti: 'chrisalid 2006', 2006 Wood Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
120 x 230 cm (47.2 x 90.6 inches)
Richard Pitts: 'Hood River', 2007 Wood Sculpture, Abstract.  This relief Sculpture is composed of many wood shapes that are painted and printed.The forms wind around each other forming a twisting structure of many colors and shapes. The color is painted canvas and fabriano paper.   ...
, 2007
Abstract - Sculpture
30 x 48 inches (76.2 x 121.9 cm)
Richard Pitts: 'Amazon', 2006 Wood Sculpture, Abstract.  This is a low relief sculpture made of a woodcut printed on Fabriano paper mounted on a wood support. It is very light weight. It has mounting brackets that hold it about 4 inches from the wall allowing the play of shawdows which enhance its three dimensions. . ...
, 2006
Abstract - Sculpture
35 x 48 inches (88.9 x 121.9 cm)
Richard Pitts: 'Gaia', 2007 Wood Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2007
Abstract - Sculpture
45 x 56 inches (114.3 x 142.2 cm)
Hal Goldberg: 'Kinder Fun Maidanek ', 1986 Stone Sculpture, Holocaust.  This sculpture is based on the poem by the famous Yiddish writer Aaron Zeitlin, written in 1946. My sculpture memorializes the children who were murdered in Maidanek. It reflects Zeitlin's poem, and has no head, no arms, no legs. And no womb - there are, and will be, no children...
Holocaust - Sculpture
12 x 24 inches (30.5 x 61.0 cm)
Gary Chris Christopherson: 'one becoming whole', 1990 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract.  Celebrates the ascendency of ones self, interacting and growing with the universe, becoming a whole being.Acquire GChris sculpture and 100 of Chris payment goes for Thrive Scholarships at University of Wisconsin - Madison. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
5 x 5 feet (1.52 x 1.52 m)
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Sherman Hay: 'Rivers Edge', 2007 Stone Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
28 x 49 inches (71.1 x 124.5 cm)
Valentine Reshikov: 'M eshche Ra', 1997 Wood Sculpture, Animals.  This sculpture was cteated in Chu Yang ( China) , it is devoted Meshchera, author's Fatherland ( East Moscow Lands) , cranes and woolf got mixed up in one ctreature, egipt motive is in sculpture and pun of title ...
Animals - Sculpture
50 x 170 cm (19.7 x 66.9 inches)
Phil Parkes: 'When Two Worlds Collide  White and green Marble', 2007 Stone Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
16 x 21 inches (40.6 x 53.3 cm)
Phil Parkes: 'When Two Worlds Collide  White and green Marble', 2007 Stone Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
16 x 21 inches (40.6 x 53.3 cm)
Beatriz Cunha: 'Tubiporos', 2006 Stone Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2006
Abstract - Sculpture
76 x 56 cm (29.9 x 22.0 inches)
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Peter Mravilnikov: 'La Cyclade', 2007 Stone Sculpture, Figurative.
, 2007
Figurative - Sculpture
38 x 66 cm (15.0 x 26.0 inches)
Peter Mravilnikov: 'Infection grave', 2007 Stone Sculpture, Figurative.
Figurative - Sculpture
26 x 42 cm (10.2 x 16.5 inches)
James Ferraro: 'THE RIOT PROJECTOR', 2007 Steel Sculpture, Political.  VIEWERS DISCRETION ...
Political - Sculpture
8 x 5 inches (20.3 x 12.7 cm)
Jane Jaskevich: 'Daydream', 2006 Stone Sculpture, Figurative.  Alabaster/ Oak/ LimestoneThis pensive figure may be quiet in her pose but her hair wildly moves suggesing her inner thoughts. I created the upper torso first then added the wood. The wood was from a majestic oak that the county cut down to make a sidewalk. I tried to...
, 2006
Figurative - Sculpture
9 x 45 inches (22.9 x 114.3 cm)
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Aykut Oz: 'warworm', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, Political.
, 2006
Political - Sculpture
190 x 33 inches (482.6 x 83.8 cm)
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Aykut Oz: 'clash', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, Psychedelic.
, 2006
Psychedelic - Sculpture
32 x 60 cm (12.6 x 23.6 inches)
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Mark Renaud: 'Hope and Desperation', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Trees. Title. . . Hope in DesperationThis unique tree represents the artist' s reflections on his own life by using nature and his lifelong fasination with tress in an analogy towards the similarities between the human spirit and that of the spirit found around us in nature. Special attention was given in ...
Trees - Sculpture
23 x 15 inches (58.4 x 38.1 cm)
Daniel Richmond: 'White Pine Fossils', 2006 Wood Sculpture, Ecological.
Ecological - Sculpture
100 x 148 inches (254.0 x 375.9 cm)
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Ahki Bui: 'KimCuong', 2007 Ceramic Sculpture, History.  I like the myth.  ...
, 2007
History - Sculpture
40 x 70 cm (15.7 x 27.6 inches)
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Layla Somerset De Brontė: 'Lolita', 1997 Aluminum Sculpture, undecided.
, 1997
undecided - Sculpture
34 x 12 inches (86.4 x 30.5 cm)
Jack Hill: 'Bananas', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Fantasy.  The full title of this piece is Who s The Top Banana Now? ...
, 2005
Fantasy - Sculpture
26 x 25 inches (66.0 x 63.5 cm)
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Jack Hill: 'Guardian', 1998 Bronze Sculpture, Fantasy.  The full title of this piece is Guardian Angel. ...
, 1998
Fantasy - Sculpture
19 x 28 inches (48.3 x 71.1 cm)
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    Leonard Bey - The urge to know self has been the key role to explore the real and unrealworld.Through this exploration I have come across so many people,nature,culture etc. of the world and thus has become part of my works either in the form of paintings or in sculptures.......

    Angelo Mazzoleni - ARTISTS ITALIAN CONTEMPORARY: BIOGRAPHY ESSENTIAL ARTIST Angelo Mazzoleni was born in Florence on June 7, 1952 .. It starts soon his artistic activity, cultivated already in the youth, under the guidance of some teachers and attending courses at the Accademia Carrara Bergamo.In these years, participates in the first exhibitions painting in Lombardy and in other Italian regions. Some travel, particularly in Germany and Paris, enrich his artistic and cultural baggage and affect its first part of pittorica.Si also interested in discovering paleontology in particular some important fossils, donated to museums in Milan and Bergamo, including a erionide a generally still unknown and which was given its name in the relevant publications scientifiche.L'interest in the mystery of the past, for history, especially early in his ancestral size, is one of the other elements that characterize the His research also in the field of painting, even before the foundation, with other artists, the group "NEW ART SINCRETICA." "The evolutionary path of the artist, now thirty years, is marked by a personal search for the origins of the world of its vital forces Which, despite the variety of themes and techniques, appears as a single inner journey through time and ...

    Yucel Donmez - Yucel Donmez's place in Turkish and American Art History: Yucel Donmez has been continuing his artistic work in Chicago since 1980. He has staged many exhibitions both in Turkey and in the States and was accepted into one of the most influential art encyclopaedias to shape American art history, 'Who is Who in American Art' in 2000. His inclusion in the 'Biographical Encyclopaedia of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers of the U.S.' in 2002, followed by the 'Devonport's Art Reference' encyclopaedia, Donmez has secured a permanent place in American art history. Yucel Donmez also appears among the 63 artists from Chicago to have entered the renowned art reference book, 'Art Diary International', published every year by the famous 'Flash Art' magazine in Italy. Awards: 2003 'Who is Who in American Art' prize plaquette Donmez has been recognised by American art critics (Alan Artner, Chicago Tribune, 1989) as an artist who has shed new light upon the art of painting with his self-developed painting techniques. He obtained 'The National Medal of Art' one of the most important awards in the United States in 1995, for his 11-year-long ...

    Yucel Donmez - Richard Pitts - My work ,as the totem format may indicate, digs deep withing certain traditional forms of art. Ancient cave art forms a space orientation not dissimilar to the space of a temple or of a cathedral. The sculptural direction in my work establish and reflect a felt environment and evoke a staged space. Like columns in a temple or cathedral, they make space for a kind of thought. My totems reflect space. They are about making viable the invisible that surround them. A single fragment of sculpture like a single Greek column makes visible the wonder of a whole building. This wonder is the space, the building block of scared thoughts not just about making visable the invisible but emphasizing that which is not seen as most important and without boundaries. In fact this obelisk, totem like format condenses and implodes, drawing in the invisible and showing for a brief moment the visible cathedral of natural forms within a new pictorial format without boundaries and briefly holding time still. www.richardpitts.com ...

    Hal Goldberg - The purpose of my sculptures is to make people think long and hard about the Holocaust. On these web pages you will find sculptures carved in marble that commemorate the heroism of that time and place. Here you will not find any ambiguous abstract artwork or any sense of defeatism. These sculptures are dedicated to one of the most important lessons of the Holocaust - Am Yisroel Chai - the Jewish people will always survive. ...

    Gary Chris Christopherson - Abstract sculpture by GChris is what he terms "progressive art" and is mission-driven. Progressive art is art with a purpose and artist as advocate. "Art as advocacy; advocacy as art." The call to artists and people generally is to embrace both art and advocacy, use their synergy, and advance progressive values. Advanced by the art are core progressive values - reducing human vulnerability, maximizing human potential, saving our environment, and living at "peace on and with the earth." Underlying it all is the driving desire to "save the world", as best as we as people can. Toward that end, GChris abstract mobiles and stabiles help drive toward a positive progressive vision of the future. They portray strong driving forces -- the desire for knowledge, spirit and justice. High level thought, being, and positive interrelationships are not ends but new foundations from which progress springs. Progressive art supports the continuous striving for absolute knowledge, absolute spirit and perfected being with full recognition this is an inevitable, unending, inspiring and liberating human enterprise. To achieve the vision, they also help explore threats of vulnerability, conflict, and chaos. The mobiles and stabiles address these threats, glean whatever positives they contain, and advocate major progression...

    Beatriz Cunha - The creation of my pieces starts with the observation of the complex relations established between phenomena as diverse as nature's fertility, man made objects or art history. It's an intimate work in search of integrating conflicting forces, ultimately leading to the transmutation of the parts in to a transcending whole. The shape contains in it self the memory of the evolution from one condition to another in a process of transformation that is at the same time natural, personal and cultural. ...

    James Ferraro - GAT5 is an interdisciplinary art collective committed to promoting the Austin art community through the fusion of visual art, design, film, music and theater. Artist, filmmaker and music promoter Charles Ferraro and artist, brother James Ferraro started the collective in 2003. GAT5 has organized a wide range of events and has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the Austin art community and various non-profits including the Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and AIDS Services of Austin. During EAST the GAT5 Studio will host a group art exhibit, video installations, Bands, Djs and complimentary food and beverages provided by Austin based restaurants and businesses. James Ferraro, GAT5 co-founder, is currently attending Texas State with a focus on illustration and metal sculpture. Ferraro's illustrative pieces depict introspective views into his interior as an artist. The work features solitary figures with words and phrases while concentrating on stylized realism stemming from life drawing studies. Ferraro's sculptures are freestanding and relief work that consist of recycled steel and found objects. The pieces have a unique industrial style, which the artist has developed over several years. His current series incorporates recycled industrial forms with organic objects taken from nature. The pieces...

    Jane Jaskevich - Jane Jaskevich Artist Statement Jaskevich is a carver of dreams in stone. Her mythical figures borrow elements from ancient cultures. Jane creates figures by combining various materials such as different stones, wood and found objects. She pays homage to the stonesO Greco-Roman roots. Her recent series deals with the incomplete figure and is entitled OThe Silhouette Series O. Partial heads that can be read as a silhouette are combined with full bodies. These sculptures suggest multiple ideas; ancient ruin, contemporary dreams, and flat vs 3D. 2012 brought exhibitions in the NYC Affordable Art Fair and her sculptures being published in Contemporary Sculptors by Kracun/ McFadden. Numerous Southeast galleries represent her. Jane received her BFA from University of Georgia and Masters in Art from Florida State with additional studies in Pietrasanta, Italy. Her public collections include an outdoor sculpture in a Michigan church and three sculptures for NationsBank Headquarters in Tampa. Jane has two sculptures in the permanent collection of the Polk Museum of Art in Lakeland, Florida. Her large-scale bronze sculptures are the focal point for the Tampa GTE Data Center. . ...

    Mark Renaud - Title..."Hope in Desperation" This unique tree represents the artist's reflections on his own life by using nature and his lifelong fasination with tress in an analogy towards the similarities between the human spirit and that of the spirit found around us in nature. Special attention was given in selecting the stone mount for the tree. The artist felt that the mount must define a weather-torn, barren, non-fertile and isolated location to parallel the feelings he was experiencing in his surrounding at the time he concieved this sculpture. (this stone has been dated at being 450 million years old by some of the fossils found embedded in it) Choosing to work with copper as the base, limbs and leaves was mainly due to the metaphysical and physical properties of copper as being a conductor of energy. The artist believes that just as copper is a conductor of energy so are we as human beings. The leadcoating on the bas and limbs of the tree is a protective shell, protecting the tree from the elements and environment much the same as we as human beings wear masks create walls for protect from our environment, to protect our inner-...

    Ahki Bui - My inspiration created the source of art tradition .The same sculpture of communal house in the village,sculpture of Buddhism and line of drawing genius antique.I want to show event fell of modern sculpture.There are a certain number of philosophy profound cuture traditional.All the to harmonize in the artwork... ...

    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. ...