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  • 10 Things to do at The Sculpture Park

    The Sculpture Park is an area of outstanding natural beauty nestled in the Surrey Hills. This inspirational site is occupied by a multitude of Modern, 20th Century and Contemporary sculpture. We are a leading supplier of sculpture to private, corporate and public buyers. We are also a popular tourist...

  • What is Bronze & How to look after it

    What is Bronze? Bronze has been in use since around 3500BC, primarily used for weapons and Armour as at the time it was a lighter alternative to leather & wood. The Chinese and West Asian began to use bronze in statuary as it was a lighter alternative to stone and...

  • The Place to Buy Sculpture

    Visitors often ask us: ‘Do you sell many sculptures?’ ‘Who are the people that buy sculpture?’ ‘Where do the sculptures go?’ Well, we do sell many sculptures, which is why our trail around the park is always changing with pieces being sold and new work coming in. In this post...

  • The Sculpture Park at Henley Festival

    As festival season fast approaches we are looking forward to exhibiting at the boutique cultural experience that is Henley Festival. A luxury summer party taking place on the banks of the river Thames, in the town of Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. A truly quintessential British location This magical five night affair will feature some of the best International and UK music....

  • Father's Day Gift from The Sculpture Park

    Just what Father’s Day Gift do you buy for the man who has everything? Or any man for that matter? New and exciting gifts for men are so hard to come by. Here at The Sculpture Park we have what we think is an inspirational gift for that all important man in...

  • Sculpture in spring competition

    Welcome to our latest competition; Sculpture in Spring. A chance to WIN an Annual Pass to The Sculpture Park After a somewhat uninspiring winter (far too warm and wet) the wait is finally over and spring has sprung at last! As one of the most photographically pleasing times of the year, the...

  • Competition!

    Win 4 tickets to The Sculpture Park The Sculpture Park are running a competition to give away 4 tickets to visit the most atmospheric sculpture park in Britain. Situated in the heart of Surrey, near the historic town of Farnham and a stones throw away from popular walking destinations Frensham Ponds...

  • Wood Sculpting

    Wood Sculpting Wood can be used in sculpture in multiple ways; wood carving, wood turning and wood working are all methods of making sculpture from wood alone. As a medium wood is an excellent material due to the varieties available, the vast range of techniques an artist can use to...

  • Take Off by Martin Barratt

    This extremely well executed bronze by Martyn Barratt is a simple subject matter that has been conceptually mastered to form a beautiful piece that explores the idea of contrast between weight and subject. The composition and refined linear detailing all adds to the suggested subject of a feather. Whilst at...

  • Drawing, Sketching & Planning

    As with all art forms when you start a new project you need to research and develop your ideas, the best way for a visual person or a creative to develop ideas is by drawing and sketching. Drawing forms one of the most used processes...

  • Lonesome George by David Cooke

    ‘Lonesome George’ is a true to scale bronze sculpture of the infamous lonely giant tortoise whose discovered isolation promoted the start of animal conservation in the Galapagos Islands. This is a stunning, high detailed piece that remains as a beautiful echo of the lost creature. The use of...

  • Ceramic Sculptures

    Ceramics also known as pottery is the act of making pottery ware which includes: earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. Ceramics is a medium that has become a borderline material for use in both fine art and craft works, it has grown in popularity over the past decade...

  • Patination

    A patina is a tarnish that forms on the surface of metals such as bronze and copper, this tarnish is normally formed by oxidation or other chemical processes. A patina maybe considered a sheen caused by aging, wear or polishing or it may be natural aging of the metal...

  • Generation by William Harling

    ‘Generation’ is a large sculpture that sees a uniform group of figures lying regimentally in a circle. The figures are absent of identity, individuality and features. Only the hands and feet are sculpted to give a sense of humanity whilst the lack of any high detail gives the figures...

  • Chat by Ann Vrielinck

    An accomplished piece by Belgium born artist Ann Vrielinck; ‘Chat’ is a beautifully crafted bronze that depicts several figures intertwined in a spherical mass that sees each figure linked and moulded to one another to form a narrative about networking and conversation.   The piece is deliberately vague in its approach...

  • Mixed Media Sculpture

    Mixed media sculpture is fundamentally most sculpture, as it is defined as any sculpture than is comprised of more than one material, plinths and stands aside. By using more than one material when making a piece of sculpture you are giving yourself more options for structural integrity, colour, texture,...

  • Lost Wax Bronze Casting

    Sculpting Methods and Materials Bronze Casting – The Lost Wax Bronze sculptures a popular investments within the art world as they are difficult to damage and don’t lose value. A broad spectrum of artists use bronze as their chosen medium for working with, there are a variety of techniques and methods...

  • Ferryman' by David Goode

    One of the most popular pieces in the park at the moment; ‘Ferryman’ is a bronze sculpture of high quality and detail by British artist David Goode. Goode’s works derive from his childhood fascination with folklore and myths. The fantasy based works which now form a vast collection referred to...

  • Glass Sculptures - Glass Blowing & Glass Works

    Glass Sculptures Glass is a very beautiful medium to work in, glass sculptures or studio glasses are some of the most stunning pieces and this makes them hugely popular pieces for investment. The range of colours, shapes and sizes that can be made help make this material one of the...

  • Whats to come 2014

    2014 is a year of change at The Sculpture Park; with the introduction of a new website with new features, including an online Sculpture for Sale catalogue, featured artists where visitors to the site can learn more about our artists, an artist of the week, articles about the artists...

  • Sculpting with Found Objects

    Found objects have been a well-used medium for making sculpture, recycling and upcycling making the style a lot more accessible. The use of found objects in art goes back to Duchamp in 1915 with his innovative and controversial move to placing an object in the gallery space, while sculpture...

  • ‘Dinning Out’ by Alan Williams

    ‘Dinning Out’ is a unique reclaimed metal sculpture that is mostly comprised of spoons and forks as well as found metal, as expressed in the witty title; it is a powerful sculpture that plays with materials to explore mark and light. Williams’ works are most commonly animal and nature...

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