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Balancing Series Outdoor Steel Sculpture by David Edelman
Located in New York, NY
Balancing Series Outdoor Steel Sculpture by David Edelman Dimensions: W: 132” x H: 113” One of a kind. Color customizable. Artist: David Edelman, Represented by Edelman New York Ma...

Early 2000s North American Mobiles and Kinetic Sculptures



Modernist Bronze Kinetic Ribbon Sculpture, Indoor / Outdoor, Signed R H C
Located in Buffalo, NY
Modernist bronze kinetic ribbon sculpture, mobile, indoor / outdoor, signed R H C, looks amazing from any angle, wonderful patina. Can be hung or as a table sculpture.

Vintage 1960s American Mid-Century Modern Mobiles and Kinetic Sculptures



Artist Brother Mel Meyer Obelisk with Kenetic Mobile Large Outdoor Sculpture
By Brother Mel Meyer
Located in St. Louis, MO
Artist and Monk Brother Mel Meyer (June 5, 1928–October 12, 2013). Large stainless steel custom commission for former art collectors garden. 12' tall stainless obelisk, with a keneti...

1990s American Mid-Century Modern Mobiles and Kinetic Sculptures


Stainless Steel

Super Cool 1960s Outdoor Kinetic Pendulum Sculpture
Located in Hopewell, NJ
Super cool Kinetic sculpture in wrought iron and metal. The sculpture has 3 circles on rods that rest on a metal base. The upper circles measure 25 inches 17 and 13 in diameter. This...

Vintage 1960s American Kinetic Mobiles and Kinetic Sculptures


Metal, Wrought Iron

Bruce Goff Style Monumental Bronze Outdoor Sculpture
By Bruce Goff
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A Bruce Goff style large scale outdoor sculpture has architectural and Art Brut stylings. Similar to an installation that Goff created for Frank Lloyd Wright's Price House, the rhomb...

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Mobiles and Kinetic Sculptures



Contemporary Large Abstract Brutalist Orange Metal Outdoor Floor Sculpture
Located in Keego Harbor, MI
For your consideration is a unique marvel of a painted orange metal outdoor floor sculpture. This contemporary piece is Kinetic free featuring abstract forms in motion. Modern piece ...

2010s American Mid-Century Modern Mobiles and Kinetic Sculptures

Contemporary Outdoor Large Abstract Steel Painted Sculpture, Model VEGA
By Antiques MC
Located in Auribeau sur Siagne, FR
Sculpture for the garden, that would feet well in the inside too, large entrance. This is made with, steel and metal assemblage, it is a mobile as the steel discs elements will move...

21st Century and Contemporary French Mid-Century Modern Mobiles and Kine...



Finding the Right Sculptures for You

Styling your home with vintage, new and antique sculptures means adding a touch that can meaningfully transform the space. By introducing a sculptural work as a decorative finish to any interior, you’re making a statement, whether you tend toward the dramatic or prefer to keep things casual with modest, understated art.

A single, one-of-a-kind three-dimensional figurative sculpture mounted on your dining room wall is a guaranteed conversation piece, while a trio of abstract works arranged on your living room bookshelves can add spontaneity to the collection of first-edition novels or artist monographs you’re displaying as well as draw attention to them. Figurative sculptures are representational works that portray a specific person, animal or object. And while decorating with busts, which are sculpted or cast figurative works, hasn’t exactly topped the list of design trends every year, busts are back. According to designer Timothy Corrigan, “They give humanity in a way that a more abstract sculpture can’t give.” Abstract sculptures, on the other hand, are not meant to show something specific. Instead, they invoke a mood or scene without directly stating what they are portraying.

Busts made of stone or metal may not seem like a good fit for your existing decor. Fortunately, there are many ways for a seemingly incongruous piece to fit in with the rest of your room’s theme. You can embrace a dramatic piece by making it the focal point of the room, or you can choose to incorporate several elements made out of the same material to create harmony in your space. If an antique or more dramatic piece doesn’t feel like you, why not opt for works comprising plastic, fiberglass or other more modern materials?

When incorporating sculpture into the design of your home — be it the playful work of auction hero and multimedia visionary KAWS, contemporary fiber art from Connecticut dealer browngrotta arts or still-life sculpture on a budget — consider proper lighting, which can bring out the distinctive aspects of your piece that deserve attention. And make sure you know how the size and form of the sculpture will affect your space in whole. If you choose a sculpture with dramatic design elements, such as sharp angles or bright colors, for example, try to better integrate this new addition by echoing those elements in the rest of your room’s design.

Get started on decorating with sculpture now — find figurative sculptures, animal sculptures and more on 1stDibs today.