Monumental Sculptures

Monumental Sculptures

Caswell Sculptures’ range of bronze monumental sculptures can transform a public space and provide a meaningful way to immortalize a figure of importance. These large-scale artworks are a perfect way to commemorate a person or event. For commissioned pieces, the history, meaning and purpose of a sculpture will be fully researched to ensure an accurate, life-like depiction of the required subject, and the composition, scale and gestures of the artwork will all be agreed before the sculpting process commences.

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Monumental sculptures can typically be described as large-scale artworks, usually depicting people or animals, although the term can also refer to architectural sculpture such as tombstones or memorials. Rip and Alison Carswell have been commissioned to expertly craft a diverse range of subjects including religious figures, sports stars and celebrities, military figures and iconic animals.

TOM MCCALL

Monumental art has always caught the attention of the human eye, and it’s no wonder that throughout history there has been a fascination with creating monumental sculptures to celebrate people, culture, beliefs and achievements. Such large-scale artworks are a beautiful addition to any public space and immediately create a place to gather, encouraging togetherness and building a sense of community.

TOMMY TUCKER

Within the monumental sculptures collection created by Rip and Alision, there are tributes to lost loved ones who have now been immortalized in bronze. The level of detail included in their artworks never fails to invoke emotion in their viewers. Tommy Tucker, a US soldier lost in tragic circumstances in Afghanistan, Tom McCall, Oregon’s notable former governor or Martha Jane Sands, a beloved tribal elder of the Grand Ronde Tribe of the Pacific Northwest are some examples of works commissioned.

ADMIRAL NIMITZ

For more information on the process involved with a commission piece, you may wish to review some Case Studies or go straight to Commission A Sculpture.