Sculptures

East Point Foundry’s bronze casting process breathes life into busts and full statues. We can turn photographs into three-dimensional portraits or scenes with our reliable partnership with various talented artists. We build statues or custom bronze sculptures crafted in any size and shape and made to the most exact visual masterpiece you can expect.

We recognize the importance of honoring a legendary individual, pet, exceptional organization, or historical event. This thought drives our artisans at East Point Foundry to create tribute sculptures skillfully, making the finished product a most unforgettable one.

Why Are Bronze Sculptures Valuable?

Bronze sculptures can be seen adoring museums, corporate headquarters, and public or private art displays. Not only do they give the impression of luxury and nobility when used in art and architecture, but many artists and sculptors favor bronze because it has a unique chemical property that makes metal malleable, durable, and easy to cast.

Bronze sculptures can be worth a significant sum of money. While this classic piece of art instantly adds a touch of sophistication to any room or structure, there are a few more reasons why it’s one of the most valuable investments:

  • Innate Beauty
    While other metals—such as platinum or silver—have a bright, cold color palette, bronze has always had an inherent charm with its warm, welcoming tone. This lush color gives a piece a rustic appeal and a sophisticated look.
  • Longevity
    Bronze sculptures can easily stand the test of time, making them valuable art investments. Bronze is incredibly durable and can withstand harsh conditions that softer metals can’t. As a result, bronze sculptures require minimal care and maintenance and can last hundreds of ears, increasing their value over time.
  • Scarcity And Preciousness
    Bronze sculptures have a natural scarcity that shoots up their value as an art investment. Additionally, crafting bronze sculptures is arduous since it takes a lot of time and requires intricate artistry and expertise.

Bronze Sculpture Through The Years

There are times when bronze sculptures are at their peak and times when they are nearly forgotten. However, the material’s exceptional benefits continue to convince people of its uniqueness, ensuring its revival and enduring popularity.

  • Golden Age Of Bronze Sculptures
    The great civilizations of the ancient world worked in bronze for art. The oldest bronze statue is still in existence, and it is the Dancing Girl from Mohenjodaro, belonging to the Harappan civilization, way back in 2500 BCE.
    Greeks were the first to scale the bronze statues up to life-size; their most famous bronze sculpture is the Victorious Youth. This art piece is a seawater-preserved bronze sculpture that required meticulous restoration efforts to bring it to its present state.
    Greeks and Romans had an epic history of making bronze sculptures. Thousands of images of gods, heroes, statesmen, philosophers, and victorious athletes filled ancient temples and sanctuaries. These civilizations perfected the bronze casting technique to such a degree that their craftily influence on large-scale sculptures continues to the present day.
  • Renaissance Era of Bronze Sculptures
    Christianity temporarily halted bronze sculpture’s reign, but it flourished again during the Renaissance, a time of interest in classical antiquity. During this period, lost-wax bronze casting was commonly used in creating replicas and art.
    European cities opened many bronze foundries, but Florence was the first city to embrace bronze sculpture arts in the 15th century. The gleaming bronze sculptures of Florence, including the Two Pairs Of Bronze Doors by artist Lorenzo Ghiberti and several critical works of artist Donatello, have set the standard for the rest of the entire Italian sculptors. Florence’s rich tradition of making bronze statues echoed worldwide, heavily influencing the rebirth and continued growth of the craft.
  • Industrial Period Of Bronze Sculptures
    After the Renaissance, bronze sculptures were neglected until the early 19th century as most artists turned to other art methods. The industrial revolution provided developmental and technological advancements that made bronze casting sculptures simpler and more efficient. Thus, vaulted it to the top of the art world once again. Ultimately, it attracted numerous artists and revived the art form.

    In the mid-1800s, foundries sprang up in Paris. Several artists worldwide started flocking to Paris to study the revolutionary technique in bronze cast sculptures, allowing the birth of the modern art of bronze sculpture.

  •  Modern Art Bronze Sculptures
    Bronze artworks had some fantastic moments of brilliance in the 20th century. After World War I, numerous foundries opened up due to the high demand for bronze statues as war memorials to honor war heroes and veterans. Modern bronze sculpture as an art form has gained new heights in this era. Many artists started experimenting with the material and offered different artistries in their artwork, from simple yet dignified statues to avant-garde bronze sculptures and masterpieces.

Advantages of Bronze Casting Sculptures

Creating bronze sculptures includes melting copper and tin together to form liquid bronze. The molten material is poured into a cast or mold of the intended sculpture’s shape. After cooling down, it will reveal the statue after being extracted from the mold. The advantages of using bronze cast in sculptures include the following:

  • Corrosion resistant
  • Durability
  • Pleasing aesthetic
  • Stunning color
  • Friction resistance
  • Weldability

Build Your Sculpture With East Point Foundry

East Point Foundry produces bronze sculptures of varying sizes and intricate designs for any application for statement, expression, commemoration, and more! We can transform simple photos and portraits with bronze casting into sturdy and sophisticated-looking sculptures! We have the most helpful customer service to ensure a seamless working process and satisfy our clients. Contact us now to learn more about our offerings!

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