Sculpture: by the sea; in the garden; for your home; at our door!

Eicholtz Harvest Doormen at LDFA

We extend our congratulations to William Eicholtz whose graceful and joyous large-scale sculpture At the Altar of Terpsichore has been selected for this year’s Sculpture by the Sea, with 100 sculptures along the spectacular coastline between Bondi and Tamarama Beach, NSW.

Eicholtz’s decorative Harvest Doormen welcome you to Lauraine Diggins Fine Art, as guardians either side of our front door.

Eicholtz Harvest Doormen
William Eicholtz Harvest Doormen 2009 polymer cement, synthetic glaze,
edition 2/10 unique pairs, 77 x 46 x 50 cm (detail)

Sculpture in an outdoors setting, especially on a large-scale is certainly eye-catching and a number of sculptural works are situated in our Gallery gardens including Peter Schipperheyn’s sensuous marble, My Wife.

Peter Schipperheyn My Wife
Peter Schipperheyn My Wife 1980 Carrara marble 178 x 33 x 44 cm
(click on title link for further details)

Sculpture of a more domestic scale provides wonderful opportunities to display works in your home, such as the juxtaposition of assembled shapes, colours and materials in the work of Gus Dall’Ava, in the playful and intimate conversation of Twenty-Fifth Dialogue.

Augustine Dall'Ava Twenty-Fifth Dialogue 2008

Augustine Dall’Ava Twenty-Fifth Dialogue 2008 painted and natural stones, painted wood, marble, stainless steel, 43.5 x 52 x 14.5 cm (click on artist name link to view other works)