766 large bronze sculpture Landscape Design Photos

Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Palo Alto
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I love the sculpture in your garden. Could you tell me the name of the artist? Thanks
Where can we buy this sculpture??
without at least one sculptural element.
Sculpture adds os much to a garden!
What if I add only ornamental grass in large swathes in big containers?
SCULPTURAL ELEMENT Sculptural elements. Appropriately chosen and sited, sculpture can add another layer of experience to the garden of the artist. Notice how this sculpture mimics the lines and color of the
Sculptural elements. Appropriately chosen and sited, sculpture can add another layer of experience to the garden of the artist. Notice how this sculpture mimics the lines and color of the lounge chairs in a brilliant way.It is my
firm belief that no garden is complete without at least one sculptural element.
“sculpture” — europa
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Eclectic Modern Residence
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Is it possible to find out where the red sculpture was made or purchased?
sculpture by Chris Georgesco Palm Springs,CA
This sculpture was a piece the owner had previously purchased and asked us to place in the garden.
Make a statement with a big, bright sculpture. A large sculpture in the garden serves
sculptures instead of plantings for rock garden
1. Make a statement with a big, bright sculpture. A large sculpture in the garden serves as a focal point and conversation piece.
“Garden art” — rarv50
Fine Focus Photography
5 Reviews
Rockcliff
Ideabooks1,235
Questions3
Who is the artist of this gorgeously unique sculpture??
This sculpture is called Karma, by Do Ho Suh. It was on exhibit in front of the Albright-Knox Art Museum in Buffalo NY in 2013; could be seen on their website at http://www
Coolest sculpture ever! I want it.
will most likely be drawn to garden art that inspires thought and repeats elements of form, color and texture found elsewhere in the garden. Unique sculptures, such as this piece, will generally be preferred over multitiered formal fountains, trees of wine bottles or brightly colored contemporary art.
“Wild sculpture, reminds me of Angkor Wat” — Briana Lyon / Califia EcoDesigns
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
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Questions4
and refreshing looking with bronze water bird statuary -- NICE!
Sometimes wildlife sculptures look ill-placed. Not this time.
garden sculptures. More: Browse outdoor sculptures and more in the Products section
Sculptures. Metal work in the garden is always a welcome sight and it's a good way to enhance the natural feel that a garden already has. This heron fits in perfectly with its surroundings, although there are many other options when introducing metal art. GI Designs has many offerings in the way of garden
“love the heron and water feature” — cgmeador
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
Boxenbaum Residence
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Water & sculpture in water. Possible
wall as backdrop for sculptures
outdoor bronze sculpture stone
Water feature with sculpture
rock sculptures are great
Sculptural water feature
Love the water, sculpture feature
Water and sculpture pic
sculptures instead of rocks
sculptural stones...sculpture / water...Stone sculpture...Backyard sculpture...Sculpture in pool...stone sculptures
“A nice idea for those hot days. Very little maintnence” — rjbonewell
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Hillside Residence
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Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled
several other sculptures were competing for attention. Observe the sight lines in your garden and place a sculpture so that the piece speaks on its own without competing with others. Bends in garden paths, hedges and even house corners create new opportunities to appropriately place sculpture.
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled among rosemary and salvia.
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled among rosemary and salvia. The beauty and power of this vignette would be compromised if several other sculptures were competing
“Not sure this is too over the top” — athenavo
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
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bed or use a large, flat one for kids to scramble over and play on. Use boulders in artful ways as well — stack them to create a tower, make garden sculptures or add house numbers to a large one in your front yard.
grouping in your landscape bed or use a large, flat one for kids to scramble over and play on. Use boulders in artful ways as well — stack them to create a tower, make garden sculptures or add house numbers to a large one in your front yard.
around a giant one, add a grouping in your landscape bed or use a large, flat one for kids to scramble over and play on. Use boulders in artful ways as well — stack them to create a tower, make garden sculptures or add house numbers to a large one in your front yard.
“Rock stac” — Ricardo Salinas
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Wagner Residence
Ideabooks5,292
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studio and sculpture studio. The outbuildings are organized by and contained within a datum of low concrete walls, a tree bosque, hedgerows and a crushed stone sculpture court. The architecture gives way to the landscape and allows visitors to focus on nature. Keith's own large spherical sculptures dot the
Those spheres, and buildings, sculpture on a human scale. I just really like it.
amongst multiple buildings on a compound. Great sculptures.
Tree bisque with gravel and sculptures makes the space more dressed.
love the airy trees, gravel, sculpture
wooden sculptures various sizes - too uniform and round - too barnhouse like, but just kind of an idea for uniting a space with multiple sculptures of various sizes
“balls” — Kim Flynn
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