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Buy a Sculpture or 2 to beat the Lockdown blues

When is the best time to buy a sculpture? Is there ever a best time? Or is it always the best time? Judging by the sculptures flying (literally in one case) out of The Sculpture Park over the last year, it appears that a lockdown is a great time to buy a sculpture.

With the nation stuck at home, staring at the same walls and gardens, many have spent time enhancing their personal surrounding, creating an harmonious space to be enjoyed, not just endured. With home improvements, gardening and DIY becoming daily activities, taking time to buy a sculpture is a fun and rewarding investment for the home.

Sculpture is a fantastic way to add personality and eccentricity to any room or garden, as our many happy customers have discovered over the last 11 months.

Sculptures in their new homes

Finding the Right Way by Victor Matafi. Buy a Sculpture from The Sculpture Park
Finding the Right Way by Victor Matafi. Springstone Sculpture from Zimbabwe.

Driftwoor Giraffe family of 5 and new owner who decided to Buy a Sculpture from The Sculpture Park
Driftwood Giraffe Family of 5, featuring happy new family member!

Giraffes - Buy a sculpture from The Sculpture Park
The majestic family caught roaming during the night!

Pin Ball Wizz by Pierre Diamantopoulo. Buy a Sculpture from The Sculpture Park
Pin Ball Wizz by Pierre Diamantopoulo looking stunning on it's new patio location. by night

Hidden Strength by Victor Matafi. Buy a sculpture from The Sculpture Park
Hidden Strength by Victor Matafi, perfectly centred in the already existing temple

Extra ordinary by Wilfred Pritchard. Buy a sculpture from The Sculpture Park
Extra Ordinary by Wilfred Pritchard, on a motivational cycling past the home gym.

Extra Ordinary by Wilfred Pritchard, Buy a sculpture from The Sculpture Park
Still at it, even at night

Driftwood iguana buy a sculpture from The Sculpture Park
A driftwood iguana has given this garden bar the perfect doorman

Rhythm of Life by Prosper Katanda, enjoying a sprinkling of snow

Allium Shubertti by Ruth Moilliet, covered by full flurry!

Allium Shubertti by Ruth Moilliet enjoying the sunshine!

No job is too big...

Not all installations are straight forward but our expert team are on hand to work out all logistics. Nothing will get in the way of a sculpture taking root in its new home, not even the small matter of a house blocking the path. Cranes, flatbeds, forklifts and telehandlers can all be used to ensure a sculpture is effortlessly installed in exactly the right spot.

Crane a sculpture over a house with The Sculpture Park
A flying knotsman

No sculpture too small...

From monumental pieces, to medium and small sculpture, we have sizes that can compliment the most modest of gardens. The upmost care is taken to deliver and install each piece in its new, forever home.

No sculpture too small. Buy a sculpture from The Sculpture Park
Together We Stand by Emmanuel Changonda

Without a doubt, the proudest moment for The Sculpture Park was the sale of 'Wooden Wolf' by Jarvis Gray. Jarvis is the youngest professional sculptor on The Sculpture Park's books, and just so happen to be grandson of owner and curator Eddie Powell (and son of the Manger, nephew of assistant curator etc etc - we are a family business, allow us some bias!)

Jarvis Gray and his wooden wolf, Buy a sculpture from the sculpture park
Wooden Wolf by Jarvis Gray - The Sculpture Park's youngest professional sculptor.

Jarvis Gray's Wooden Wolf in it's new home.

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