How to Use Sculptures to Add Interest to Your Garden

If you are looking for an interesting way of transforming your garden, why not try adding interest with a few ‘sculptures’? A Bronze Animal Sculpture, like the ones from Gill Parker can do so much for a garden; it can be a focal point, full of colour or simply a beautifully crafted reminder of a bygone era. Sculptures come in all shapes and sizes and some are suitable for indoor and outdoor use. For example, a marble statue on a wall in the centre of a garden can add sophistication to the space and act as a focal point as well as being an artistic creation.

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A good quality piece will last for years if placed in the right conditions. The best place to hang a sculpture is in areas that receive little or no attention such as on a wall or fence. In addition, the positioning is also important as sculptures can impact negatively if they are not hung correctly and face too many guests if they are too close to a garden door or gate.

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Before deciding on which sculpture is right for your garden, it is worth thinking about size and weight. It is advisable to consult with a professional artist who will advise on the best placement for each piece and give you expert advice on how to use sculptures to add style and interest to your garden. Remember that larger sculptures are likely to require more effort to maintain. Hanging a light weight statue on a low wall will mean that it is easier to clean and keep in good condition but this may not be suitable if you have a large garden where damage and wear and tear are more likely.



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