Sage Bronze Sculptures
Over the course of Christine Sage’s 30-year career, she has worked in a variety of mediums including paint, clay, textile, mosaic, aluminium and corten steel but has been drawn to bronze because of its enduring and highly tactile character.
Christine Sage's skills with bronze have led to a series of major commissions to create iconic sculptures which capture the spirit and essence of the subjects.
Statues and monuments are created using the age old lost wax method. This method has become the hallmark of Sage Bronze Sculptures who work in tandem with Mal Woods Foundry.
This technique combines the skills of both artist and artisan to produce work ranging in size from larger than life-size sculptures to relief work and panels through to more refined pieces commissioned as rememberance works.
"Sculpture is an art of the open air..." Henry Moore
Work on and remain responsible for ALL stages of the commission from design to delivery and installation
Use ONLY Australian materials
Produce ALL works in Australia
Undertake work ANYWHERE
Offer FULL transparency on all aspects of work undertaken to complete a commission
Examples of recent bronze sculture work recently undertaken