Metallic Sculpture(467 items)
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Featured Reviews on Metallic Sculpture
So nice, I kept it for myself
Originally, I bought this Don Quixote sculpture to decorate a guest suite for someone who enjoys this Cervantes character. But it is so well-made and attractive that I keep it in my foyer so that I can see it every day, instead! Substantial weight, sturdy, as well as, artistic. Highly recommend!
I love this owl! Larger than I thought and excellent antiquing. I do prefer it over the two small pidgeons which I thought the antiquing was not as well done and decided to return them. Smaller than I thought as well. But they do give you dimensions! I was pleasantly surprised, however, with this owl. I will not be returning It but instead enjoying the art & craftsmanship. Thank you!!
Armando Ramirez Recycled metal sculptures
“As a child I enjoyed inventing toys, and soon yearned to create a unique style of art. Environmentally enamored, I now transform recycled goods.”
"I've been working with NOVICA now since 2002 and I consider the team as part of my own family. I had the privilege of having one of the directors explain the project to me.
"When I first set up my workshop, sales were slow. But every member of the... read more
Popular Metallic Sculpture
Collectible Recycled Metal Movie Theater Sculpture, "Rustic Film Projector"$184.99
Armando Ramírez revisits the golden age of film with this classic film projector, built from various auto parts and pieces of scrap metal. Spark plugs, a pulley from a toy train engine, and the chain and wheel of a motorcycle begin to shape the projector. Several auto parts complete it, such as the ignition wheel of a car, the foot and diaphragm of the clutch pedal, and a bearing from the electrical system.
Please note it is the artist's intention not to give his sculptures a fine polished finish, therefore smudges and scratches may be present.
Day of the Dead Upcycled Metal Sculpture of Elegant Catrina, "Glamorous Catrina"$124.99
Wearing a dress of fig leaves, Catrina arrives on the Day of the Dead as an honored guest. Political cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posadas created this renowned character in the early 1900's as a critique of Mexico's bourgeoisie, and to remind them they are mortals too. The Catrina name refers to death personified who is always dressed in exuberant fashion and colors in order to lure mortals. Always creative, Armando Ramírez sculpts her image by upcycling a wide variety of metal pieces including wire mesh for the broad-brimmed bonnet while sheet metal scraps are transformed into her gown, shawl and handbag. Wires become her arms and shape her jewelry.
Ramírez does not give his sculptures a fine polished finish, therefore smudges and scratches may be present.
Rustic Photographer Handcrafted Recycled Auto Part Sculpture, "Rustic Photographer"$39.99
Camera bag over his shoulder, baseball cap turned backward, a photographer focuses on his composition. Armando Ramirez crafts the image from an amazing assortment of recycled metal and automobile parts. Sheet metal scraps, a spark plug, nails and wire all find a place in this unique sculpture.
The artisan does not give his sculptures a fine polished finish, therefore smudges and scratches may be present.