Ian Gill Sculpture - Garden SculpturesSculpture Information

All our metal sculptures are galvanized and etched to give them a long lasting light grey finish

What does this mean?

Galvanizing a metal gives it anti corrosion properties. Without the protective zinc coating the metal would remain exposed to the elements and potentially oxidize and corrode.

Sculpture Placement and Installation guide

Using art in your garden can be the perfect ingredient to break up the monotony of planting and create additional interest. This becomes very apparent in the winter months when the plants are not flowering.

The right sculpture can make the perfect focal point when placed in the correct position. When choosing a sculpture for your garden there are a few important things to take into account.
The idea is to create a strong focal point, which will draw the eye to certain parts of the garden. The location for your sculpture comes down to the design and layout of your garden. A well-designed garden utilises the space well, and therefore adding some artwork can truly enhance your garden. When choosing a sculpture, don’t be afraid to be bold with your ideas because this can add a completely different dynamic.

Ian Gill Sculpture - Garden SculpturesFollowing the simple steps below will enable you to get a sense of scale and perspective of what the sculpture will look like in your own garden.

Make a simple mock-up that is approximately the same size as your chosen sculpture using items such as canes, flowerpots, buckets, or a garden spade or fork.

Place the mock-up where you are thinking of placing the sculpture, and then you will be able to view this from various positions around garden to get a feel of how the final sculpture will look once installed, and if necessary, make adjustments to the location.