277 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 giggling trio of amphibious acrobats enjoys a merry moment of mirth, playfully tumbling down the length of a free-swinging rope. An utterly irresistible hanging sculpture that brings loads of love and laughter to your garden!
Two-piece decoration creates the illusion of a mischievous squirrel poking out from a tree trunk; a merry accent indeed! Lifelike furry fellow will have visitors guessing and grinning for years.
A sweet young fairy pauses to admire a new-found patch of blushing blooms, blessing your garden with the beauty of spring. Enjoy this statue both day and night, thanks to tiny solar lights nestled inside each lovely flower!
This is a beautiful pair of white marbel stone Foo Dog. The male Foo Dog has an embroidered ball under its paw and the female has a baby Foo Dog. Its carving is very detail, even their paws, bodies, and face. There also have very beautiful carving detail on its bodies. You can put this pair of...
This is a beautiful pair of marble stone Foo Dog. The male Foo Dog has an embroidered ball under its paw and the female has a baby Foo Dog. Its carving is very detail, even their paws, bodies, and face. There also have very beautiful carving detail on its bodies. You can put this pair of foo dog...
This is a hand made ceramic floor fountain display with light turquoise glaze. It has defective repair marks on the top and small part of the body. But it will work out well with some stone or beads to cover the marks on the top. It can be a nice fountain or table base with custom glass top.
Looks like the poor puss exhausted himself while on the lookout for warblers. Cast in aluminum with realistic detail and can’t-help-but-laugh intent.
A bit of royalty for the rose garden. The Fairy Queen is on bended knee while addressing the five Princes. Perhaps she is giving each a specific task such fertilizing, watering and bloom cutting. Most are paying attention. Light colored aluminum; 18 inches tall. Dimensions: 10.5"w x 7.5"d x 18"h
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...
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.
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What makes this gazing ball so cool is the steel holder it comes in. I love the raw look of the steel and how its claws hold on to the ball. The glass globe comes with it but you can change out the ball for a more colorful one if the spirit moves you.
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.
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...
Instantly infuse graceful visual serenity into your garden with our magnificent set of stunning heron sculptures. Authentically detailed and life-like in design, these slender herons rise to well over two feet tall and are constructed from weather resistant aluminum. Place our lovely herons...
You’ll always feel right at home when you’re welcomed by your very own gnome! This sleepy fellow adds a whimsical touch to this folksy faux wood garden sign.
This is an elegant pair of stone foo dog. This particular foo dog is different with traditional foo dog, and the foo dog is standing on a drum. The drum has deer and dragon carving on it. There also have very beautiful carving detail on the base. You can put this pair of foo dog at the front of...
This butterfly string reminds me of watching butterflies come and go in the yard during the summer months. Every once in a while several together will wind their way down and then take off as soon as they've lit down. It's a great way to enjoy butterflies year round.
I have never seen anything quite like this. A four foot tall iron daffodil. The mixture of the natural subject matter and iron is actually quite beautiful. It would look great in a yard that has a more park-like setting or just a really great flower bed to surround it. Who needs trees when you can...
The Gumby of the frog world. He’s testing his reach before he goes vertical. This piece is fashioned of cast iron with a pinch of patina and a calculated expression of wonder.
An iconic Western roadside sight, our rustic iron version of the armored critter is styling and profiling with crazy cut outs all over it. Still cute though!
This smiling, lowly metal snail will be much more welcome in your garden than its slimy cousin. Can also be used as a paperweight or fun desk accessory.
These butterfly garden ornaments are cleverly crafted out of different shaped stones entwined in wire. His quirky little rock body gives way to light, airy wings for a perfect balance. He would look great popping up out of a stand of wild flowers.
This is one of the more fun uses of recycled materials I've ever seen. The artist saw an old army helmet and thought turtle! I love his body and his nuts and bolts feel. Artistic and industrial at the same time.
This little guy is way cuter than real snails. I love the use of the recycled steel wound like spring to make the body of the snail. The ball bearing eyes would be adorable peering out of a container on the patio.
Bug Man is sculptor Kevin Caron's answer to the mosquitoes that plague him in the summer. The standard "bug zappers" are functional but ugly, so Caron created a sculptural version. The body has a hole for the bugs to fall out, and comes apart easily if the zapper needs to be replaced. Now bugs are...
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