Thursday, 4 July 2013

Sculpture in your winter garden

If you’re anything like me then your garden probably starts looking a little shabby in winter simply because as the weather gets colder I spend less time in it.

And that is one of the reasons that I love sculpture so much. Because even when your garden is not at its best, a carefully considered piece can make your garden look amazing year round, even from the lounge room window.

A carefully considered sculpture incorporated into your garden will evolve and complement its surroundings while at the same time create a focal point and conversation piece with in your landscape or garden design. Sculpture is a great way to get creative in your garden and along with the other features and planting a sculpture will change, develop and seemingly move as the light moves in and out of the space.

A careful selection of sculptures as seen in the images below complement each other and will set the path for the beginning of your very own sculpture walk. And with the inclusion of fire will set the perfect scene to step outside again for some winter gardening and even entertaining.

Steel Sculpture

Sculpture Melbourne

Corten Sculpture


Lump Seel Sculpture

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