229 Eclectic Garden Sculptures
When and if you decide to decorate your landscape with a garden sculpture, consider it your opportunity to have artistic fun with your garden. When it comes designing a landscape, a piece of artwork is what demonstrates your personal design style and artistic interest. Use a garden sculpture as a complement to your plantings and landscape design or you can even use a specific piece of garden art as a focal point as you design your landscape. More
A lovely large iron Armillary. Perfect fr any garden space. The base has a lovely moss, and adds a flowy natural motif to pair with the industrial iron.
Large Armillary with Stone Column Base
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This cute peacock will strut his stuff in the garden or on your lawn. He's sure to make you and your visitors smile.
Training outdoor plants can be quite the task, but with these wire garden trellis it should be a walk in the park. They're quite chic as well, which is an added bonus during those months you await for your plants to grow in full.
I love the whimsical vibe that these ceramic mushrooms bring to a potted plant or terrarium. They're the perfect accessory for a dreamy garden.
Now you can have snow all year around - the good kind. This wall grill adds interest to otherwise dull spaces with its intricate metal points. It's perfectly symmetrical and a great way to add that extra something to your outdoor space.
I can't help but love this guy. The title of the piece says the surfer is holding the board with a shark bite but I beg to differ. I think it's the little surfer with the fangs who bit off the end of his own board! It's a great piece and a fun conversation starter.
Unfortunately, spring blooms cannot last all year, but these everlasting alliums can add color to your garden anytime. These steel orbs come in springtime hues and have gold accents for a bit of sparkle. They are designed for all weather conditions. You might even fool some guests into thinking...
Sir Steampunk; A reinvented Pink Plastic Flamingo is a handcrafted garden dragon art sculpture using an upcycled plastic flamingo base, weather resistant finish quality copper paints, paper mache and recycled materials.
Sky Blue and Copper Dragon "Sky Blue" is a brilliant cobalt blue and rose copper colored garden dragon, She outshines butterflies on a sunny and reflects a deep twilight blue in the evening. Her variegated blue skin is speckled with copper highlights and her spring green eyes see everything. This...
Coppery Dragon Flamingo - is a handcrafted garden dragon art sculpture using an upcycled plastic flamingo base, weather resistant finish quality copper paints, paper mache and recycled materials. Not your ordinary Lawn Flamingo! "Russet Cuprum" is a noble dragon, he forges his way through all kinds...
Herb Garden Wall
This is a very cool way to recycle railroad spikes. This little grasshopper is playful and would look great creeping out of a planter or sitting on a side table.
Here's a bit of garden sculpture that you can actually personalize with up to 10 characters. Wouldn't it be fun to have it personalized with the name of your dog or to give it as a gift to a friend with her doggies name.
Our custom designed stone furniture is surprisingly comfortable. Each piece is carved from natural granite boulders that have been hand selected. The outside surface of the stone is left with a natural finish while the inside of the stone is sculpted and highly polished. A choice of colors of dark...
I love this snail for his form alone. His sloping "neck" and coiled "shell" are adorable. The bonus of this guy is that he can be used as a trellis as well. I can see him with vines climbing up and his little antennae peering out of the top.
Last year I planted chicks and hens in my garden and they did not do well. Now that I see this topiary, I'm inspired to try again. It's already filled and planted, it just needs the right place to grow. It has a ton of character and adds height and texture to a garden.
This little garden snake is a fun plan on the less fun real copper heads. I would much rather run into him in my garden than the real thing. Maybe he'll keep the bad guys away?
OK, so this isn't an essential for outdoor dining, but it would add a little quirk to your outdoor space. I love his pink trousers.
The Pennsylvania folk artists who make these weather vanes have terrific imaginations. These are wonderful and colorful. They would look great atop a garden shed or on the corner of a deck. They look great enough that visitors will want to get a close up look.
I'm not usually a big pet/yard ornament person. I had to make an exception for this guy. He's cleverly made from a single sheet of rusted metal with the addition of floppy ears. He comes worn in so he'll look like he's always belonged in your garden. I love that he looks like he's at attention,...
This unusual art installation for the garden is — would you believe it? — made from glass. The stems blend in wonderfully amongst a border of flowers and plants, and they glimmer and shine as they catch the light. It's a definite feature and talking point for a contemporary garden!
This guy is an incredible piece of artwork. Haitian artists create these out of used tomato paste drums. The drums actually come in these different colors and are cut and pieced together. Since they're hand made, each one is completely unique. I love the eyes and the bill on this guy. He's great...
The cat’s expression indicates that he’s a bit alarmed to find his arch enemy on the other end of the leaf. And rightly so – mice aren’t his prey today! Lightly distressed iron; hugely distressed cat!
Cairns are historically used as markers along trails so hikers know they're going in the right direction. This one is made as garden sculpture. Each one is slightly different because they're actually made of real stone. I like the smooth river rock feel of the stones and think this would be a great...
OK, I understand that some people find bats kind of creepy but this sculpture is so much fun. He's hand crafted from metal and can be purchased with his wings open or shut. It's an eclectic way to add a feature to your tree.
This butterfly yard art is very cool. I love the airy feeling the cutout wings give the piece. It looks great in the garden year round.
I love the character in this little toad house. It's roof is made in the image of a Clerodendrum leaf. I've never seen a Clerodendrum but it looks really cool as a roof. It blends in with its surroundings and is a great way to attract the natural little bug eaters.
Fun, funky, and always very unique, Fred Conlon's award-winning metal art has appeared in art festivals across the nation. Handmade mostly from recycled material, factory seconds and stuff found in the scrap yard, each piece is unique and one of a kind.
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