Posts Categorized: Garden Sculpture

5 Questions to Ask Before Purchasing Sculpture

Purchasing sculpture, whether an interior piece or an large outdoor sculpture, can be a truly exciting experience.  Follow these simple steps to assure your success in bringing metal art into your surroundings. Does the sculpture speak to you? No, I’m not talking about an Alexa experience, I’m talking about a sculpture that catches your eye… Read more »

Garden Sculpture Release

It’s always an exciting time when a new garden sculpture is released from the studios of Kevin Robb!  Tumbling Isosceles is a delightful stainless steel sculpture that will enliven any garden.  Standing at attention at just shy of five feet, this metal sculpture is large enough to hold its’ own in an open area or… Read more »

How Does An Artist Name A Sculpture?

Stainless steel sculpture Spinning the Line

The naming of a sculpture can be a true challenge sometimes. How does an artist name a sculpture?  Many times an artist will begin with an inspiration and name.  Not so with Kevin Robb!  He is all about the design. Often the original idea does start with an inspiration, a specific idea of what the… Read more »

Kevin Robb, Metal Sculptor Featured at DIA

Stainless steel sculpture

Kevin Robb, a Colorado metal sculptor,is featured in the Art Gallery at Denver International Airport. Large photographic wall murals share the monumental, stainless steel sculptures that have highlighted his career over the years. Along with the wall murals are a number of smaller stainless steel sculptures that capture the essence of his designs. Also highlighted… Read more »

Fabricated Bronze Is Back!

After a couple of years of concentrating on larger scale stainless steel sculptures, Kevin goes back to yesteryear  when he created the majority of his designs in fabricated bronze.  Kevin enjoyed working with this wonderfully pliable material again while creating On Pointe.  This 8 foot bronze sculpture is just out of the studio and being… Read more »

The Language of Lingo

Words connect us. They fill the space that’s left between us and pull us closer together.  Words are all around us, on the tip of your tongue, and the edge of my ear. We speak and hear them every day. But imagine if you couldn’t speak, if you couldn’t use words to convey your thoughts… Read more »