Sculpture to Inspire Your Summer

August 3, 2023

Over the last 15 years we have been collaborating with clients to build beautiful art collections, and looking back, our favorite projects always include sculpture. Bringing 3 dimensional pieces into your home adds intriguing sight-lines and the element of surprise to any space. The constraints of ceilings and walls vanish when placing sculpture in a backyard, allowing for larger, bolder, and more exciting art!

Does Figurative Sculpture Speak to You?

Simone Leigh, Brick House, 2019. University of Pennsylvania.

Yoshitomo Nara, Miss Forest/Thinker, 2016. N’s Yard, Nasushiobara.

Nicolas Party, Head, 2019. Marble House, Newport, RI.

Aaron Curry, Love Buzz, 2011. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

Thomas Houseago, Large Walking Figure, 2017. Martha’s Vineyard.

Joel Shapiro. Private Collection.

Are You Drawn to Organic Forms?

Tony Cragg. Houghton Hall.

Claudia Comte, The Big Marble Fire Coral (Six Fingers). 

Pamela Rosenkranz, Old Tree, 2023. The High Line.

Alicja Kwade, Big Be-Hide, 2019. Helsinki Biennial.

Shirazeh Houshiary, Flux and Flicker, 2013. Venice Biennale.

Camille Henrot. Baur Au Lac, Zurich.

Ready For Sculpture You Can Interact With?

Tomas Saraceno, TOI-169 b/M+M, 2020. Palo Alto.

Jeppe Hein. Sagaponack, New York.

Anish Kapoor, Sky Mirror, 2018. Porto, Portugal.

Frank Stella, K.304 (full-size), 2013. Rock Tavern, New York.

Or Do You Need Art That Dances On Water?

Lynda Benglis, Pink Ladies, 2014. Storm King Art Center.

Yayoi Kusama, Pumpkins. Victoria Miro, London.

Jean-Michel Othoniel, The Flowers of Hypnosis, 2023. Brooklyn Botanical Garden, New York.

Louise Bourgeois, Crouching Spider, 2007. Chateau La Coste, France.