Copper Garden Art Creates A Garden
Copper garden art is a captivating, fresh
approach to lawn and garden decorations. This art form features beautiful
ornaments, sculptures, chimes, and much more. Handcrafted from pure copper, the
pieces develop a rich, natural patina over time.
Copper Yard Art
Brings Form To Function
One fascinating form of copper garden art is
the rain chain. This art form originated in Japan many years ago as a
practical way to collect and channel rainwater. As garden decor, rain chains are
valued for their charm and the tranquil sound of cascading water.
|Rain chains are decorative funnels or
rings that are linked together in different artistic designs. The rain
flows through the copper sections, and is guided to water different
potted plants or flower beds in your garden. You can usually adjust the
chains to whatever size you wish.
Another extremely popular use of copper
garden art is the garden fountain. You can also find beautiful hand-made
sundials and birdbaths for your copper garden collection.
Copper Garden Art...
Another type of copper yard art interacts with
the wind in a wonderful spirit of design. Known as "kinetic" copper
yard art, each art piece dances and twirls in the air currents.
A Moving Experience!
These spellbinding wind sculptures are both
lively and soothing to watch. Energized by garden breezes, copper garden art
captures your attention and arouses your curiosity.
Each individual sculpture begins with an
artist's concept. The copper is hand-cut, soldered and welded to produce a
beautiful, long lasting sculpture. Most often, the sculptures are sealed with an
The resulting kinetic copper garden art
displays independent, moving shapes that capture gentle garden breezes. Some of
the best works of copper yard art I've come across have been wonderful designs
of both familiar and abstract forms. For example...
delightfully designed fish sculpture created so the jointed body of the fish
moves freely with the slightest breeze.
sailboat with sails that blow and billow captivatingly in the wind... all of
wonderful whirligig that plays and glistens in the sun, and spins and whirls
in the breeze. The movement is like a gyroscope as the sculpture takes on a
random yet graceful spinning motion in the wind.
can also find more traditional, free-standing garden sculptures created
of copper, and usually these are a bit smaller than your bronze