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Featured Sculptures

  • Introducing 'Freedom' by Steve Wood and Clive Morris. Monumental Harley-Davidson at the sculpture park

    ‘Freedom’ by Steve Wood and Clive Morris, proudly displayed at the sculpture park! Freedom by Steve Wood and Clive Morris Here at the sculpture park, we are delighted to showcase ‘Freedom’. This 5-ton 1991 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy is the largest bronze motorcycle sculpture in the world! Clive Morris personally unveiling this magnificent...

  • Introducing...The Sean Crampton Collection

    Some of the many Sean Crampton Sculptures available to buy from The Sculpture Park The Sculpture Park are delighted to announce our representation of the late Sean Crampton’s artistic legacy – ‘Nothing is Profane’, a collection from his lifetime work – together with Sean’s son, Dan. Sean Crampton was an artist...

  • The Visitor by Guido Deleu

    The Visitor was created in 1996 by Belgian artist Guido Deleu, as part of a contest to design a sculpture for the main entrance of a cultural centre in Flanders, Belgium. This striking but simple sculpture embodies a kind and friendly figure, enjoying his view. He has proved...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • ‘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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