Sculpture - Metal

HeippSculpture is 3-dimensional artwork created by shaping or combining hard materials—typically stone such as marble—or metal, glass, or wood. Softer ("plastic") materials can also be used, such as clay, textiles, plastics, polymers and softer metals. The term has been extended to works including sound, text and light.

Materials may be worked by removal such as carving; or they may be assembled such as by welding, hardened such as by firing, or molded or cast. Surface decoration such as paint may be applied.[1] Sculpture has been described as one of the plastic arts because it can involve the use of materials that can be moulded or modulated. Found objects may be presented as sculptures.

Sculpture is an important form of public art. A collection of sculpture in a garden setting may be referred to as a sculpture garden.  (Reference:


Public Artwork


"Aquaria" by Larry Kirkland

"As One" by Blessing Hancock

"A to Z, Fables, Facts and Myths" by Richard Heipp

"Animal Garden" by Beth Ravitz

"Cascade Arch" by Barry Tinsley

"Color and Rhythm, a Visual Orchestration" by Yaacov Agam

"Fort Lauderdale Airport Sculpture" by David Lee Brown

"Grace" by Enzo Gallo

"Hibiscus II" by Elizabeth Indianos

"Metamorphosis" by JoeSam

"Pelican Path" by Xavier Cortada

"Pineapple" by Mary Ann Unger

"Pompano Drum Circle" by Bill and Mary Buchen

"Solar Time Plane" by Dale Eldred

"Unitas" by William King

"Vinculum Amoris" by Jon Hudson

"Wavelength" by Emily White

"Whirls and Swirls and a Vortex on Water" by Alice Aycock