From today some limited edition pieces are available to buy. So you too can have your own unique one off Kevin Duffy garden sculpture in your garden.
Throughout the year Kevin creates an array of pieces, from large garden sculptures through to small more compact concept pieces. In order to provide Kevin with more space to create even more superb pieces, space needs to be made. So some works are to be sold.
Why not visit the nurseries and take a look at the unique pieces of garden sculpture available for sale. You may be looking to buy Kevin’s art simply for it’s unique beauty, to start your own folly in your own back garden or maybe hedging you bets on it as investment. No matter what the reason you’re sure to find something you love.
Although many of the larger pieces aren’t advertised for sale directly, if you love a certain piece of art, Kevin may be happy to talk to prospective new owners about any of his pieces.
Looking to commission a piece of garden sculpture?
Kevin is available for select number of commission pieces from time to time, please contact the nurseries today if you have an idea for you own personal piece of Kevin Duffy art.
No matter how large or small Kevin will create you something unique that grace your garden for many years.
Art is very much in the eye of the beholder, irrespective, art is quite simply a piece of persons soul an item to cherish and value for it’s very existence.
For more information about the garden sculptures available for sale contact the nursery today and you too could own a piece of limited edition Wigan Outsider Art.
Did you know
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s “Untitled” from 1982, was bought by a Japanese collector for US$110.5m, a record for a US artist. In 1976 Jean-Michel began his art career painting graffiti with a friend in Lower Manhattan. By 2017 his works were selling for over $110m. Just goes to show when it comes to art from paintings to sculpture, you simply never know the future value. All the same, if you passed up on buying a piece of Jean-Michel’s work back in the early 80’s I bet you’d regret it today.