Sculpture in Brisbane, AU
With decades of expertise, Natureworks Pty Ltd is a leader in its field when it comes to crafting sculptures in Brisbane, AU. Director David Joffe’s unique knowledge has allowed the company to fulfill even the most peculiar requests with ease.
Natureworks Pty Ltd is uniquely positioned as one of the world’s premier suppliers of detailed wildlife art replicas used in museums around the globe. From its inception, the company has been dedicated to preserving and maintaining an extensive archive which they have since drawn upon continually across both commercial and private sectors.
From lifelike sculptures such as logs, trees, and rocks; to natural environments like ponds, fungi gardens or even giant crystals – we provide resources in creating beautiful habitats that seem alive with nature.
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This giant snake sculpture of dreamtime serpent ‘Gabul’ provides an artefact for Weir State School to tell their story and connect with First Nations culture.
Natureworks has produced and installed a range of sculptures for Australian Reptile Park over the years, from giant lizard sculptures to animal habitats and themed displays and reptile enclosures.
These 3-metre high aboriginal statues are at the Murrook Culture Centre, Williamtown NSW. Commissioned by the Worimi Local Aboriginal Land Council, the sculptures show a traditional Worimi warrior and his family.
In Brisbane, sculpture prices can vary depending on size, material, artist, and labor involved. Generally speaking, it is possible to find smaller pieces of sculpture at lower prices and more intricate or larger pieces at higher prices. The good news is that with so much variety of sculpture in Brisbane, you are likely to find a piece that perfectly fits your space and budget.
Sculpture is a centuries-old art form that can be beautiful to behold, but the three main types of sculpture—reliefs, statues, and busts—require different levels of skill and a mastery of distinct techniques. Relief sculpture uses shallow depth and often walls or columns as a base. Statues are more complex as they stand freely and often require precise calculations in terms of balance and weight distribution. The last type, busts, focus on depicting human faces in detail. Regardless of which type is chosen, all are impressive expressions that transport the viewer into a magical world found only through great works of art.
Big sculptures are typically referred to as monumental sculptures. These masterpieces of art exist in many forms and sizes, ranging from large buildings to small public art pieces. Monumental sculptures can sometimes span farther than the eye can see, such as in the memorable Easter Island heads or The Great Sphinx of Giza. Other notable famous examples include Mount Rushmore and the Statue of Liberty – both captivating tourists from all over the world each year. Appreciation for these awe-inspiring works come from their sheer size and beautiful craftsmanship. Historic monuments, extravagantly decorated into intricate detail, possess a unique way of capturing a person’s imagination, regardless of their cultural background or hometown.