265 Eclectic Garden Sculptures
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.
Esschert Designs delivers this puppy in Antique White cast iron to remind if not the dogs, then at least the dog walkers, that your lawn is not the waste area. Just stake No No Fido right into the ground.
No-No Dog Sign
This is super cool. The beautiful glass globe has crystals that will absorb sunlight during the day and glow for up to 4 hours at night. I like this because it looks great hanging in the light by day and adds visual interest at night.
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.
This little flower garden stake stands out with its turquoise center. It provides a bright spot of color surrounded by rusted petals. It's a great little flower to add to the garden.
These little guys are a great way to add subtle interest to your garden beds. All three come together so you can group them together or space them out for a pleasant surprise as you stroll through your gardens.
Sometimes when I get bored on a plane I look to SkyMall. When I look at SkyMall and I come across gems like a Bigfoot sculpture, I giggle uncontrollably and my seatmate looks at me like I'm crazy.
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 garden ornament is a great mix of new and antique materials. The mercury glass balls make the sculpture with it's vintage look and shine.
These yard stakes are colorful and fun. The over-sized shape brings a cartoon-like feel to the flowers. The stripes in the zinnias are completely improbable but totally fun. Plus, they're hand made by an artist in Georgia, my home!
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!
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,...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 frog statue is looking up like he wants something. Maybe he's mosquito hunting. Put this frog on a lily pad near your back yard pond. The stone already looks aged and it will fit right in.
After a long weekend away, came home in the middle of the night to what at first seemed like a frightful scene in my wood pile. Then realized these 4' long "Walking Sticks" of wood & steel are very beneficial to the garden as they like to eat bugs that can cause damage... not to mention they love...
I think Bowser is a great addition to any garden. He has metal feet that stay stationary while he moves around. I think he would be fun to stumble upon in a bed of flowers. The greatest thing about him is that he add accent lighting in the evening to your beds so they're pretty night and day.
This sculpture looks like a beta fish that is usually kept by itself in a single bowl. This brass daddy would look so cool flying over any kind of pond. I'm wondering if it would frighten Koi. The method used to create this sculpture is involved from creating a form from the original sculpture all...
This armillary brings the traditional form into a fun, eclectic modern day. The center of the sun actually absorbs the real sun's lights during the day so it can use it at night. What a cool way to illuminate the planets and its surrounding. It's a fun play on nature.
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.
This little guy is adorable. The creators use recycled glass and steal parts to create a truly unique garden stake. I think my favorite part of this guy is his huge bug eyes. He'll look like he's coming right for you from behind your rosemary bush.
Firefly Garden Stake
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