Sometimes, when thinking about art, it can be easy to fall in the line of thinking about only two-dimensional works. However, one of the best ways to add interest to an environment is with the three-dimensional impact of sculpture.
Sculpture is a wonderful way to create zones in your home or garden by putting them in pride of place on a pedestal in a foyer, on a coffee table, or flanking a mantle. They can also be incorporated in more subtle ways: on a shelf with other curios and books, placed among tall shrubs or flowers in a garden, even peeking from behind a curtain or large potted plant.
We have a variety of sculpture in the gallery by several different artists:
Jim’s work is constructed out of steel, bronze, and has the occsional wax from a crayon incorporated for a dash of color. Though he usually focuses on figures, we also have a beautiful abstract piece in the gallery. Click through here to browse our full inventory.
R Oakley Gregory
One of our most recent additions to the gallery, R Oakley Gregory’s floral series is a wonderful addition to any decor. Constructed from aluminum and backed with ebonized steel, these flowers are a stunning combination of delicate craftsmanship and strong metal construction.
Pit-fired clay and copper are the main materials used by Mr. Moorhead, and to great effect. His works are best suited to indoors, and his process makes each piece unique: the markings from the pit-firing are totally different from piece to piece.
When working with copper, he attaches the sculptures to a base of either marble or granite. The detail and movement of these pieces are wonderful, and they sit well as a group or indivudually.
We also have a limited number of sculptures by a couple of other artists: Chris Nivens and Maria Wojtiuk.
Come by the gallery to see your favorites in person.