Trends in Sculpture

At Lump we are often asked what the current trends in sculpture are. And more often than not I find the trends lean toward locally designed and made pieces.

People want now more than ever to know that their pieces are original designs and are made locally by the people that designed them. I think this helps with the connection to the piece, familiarity and to feel you are of the same place. And it’s also is a great point of conversation if you were able to meet the artist and see the piece during its creation process.

The trend for sourcing locally made items has been focused for some time across many disciplines and if I had to choose the fist industry I really saw the trend arrive I would say I first noticed it in the food industry. So it is with great satisfaction that I can see this trend filter through to the sculpture and decorative pieces we make at Lump.

There seems to be a communal awareness and an underlying social obligation to help our local community remain employed across all disciplines. And at Lump we know that a combined knowledge bank from a variety of disciplines is invaluable and necessary to keep the cogs of the creative powerhouse turning, stimulated and with a high level of moral.

Trends ultimately arrive as a result of what the majority of people want and desire for themselves. But from our experience at Lump we can see that sometimes the trend reflects much more than what you initially notice on the surface.

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  • This sculpture we at Lump are calling “The Pavilion”  has finally left the Lump Studio for installation in its forever home. Watch this to see how we move the big ones. #sculpture  #privatecommission  #outdoorart  #modernsculpture  #lovewhatyoudo
  • Check the creation of the SodaStream Turtle step by step in the Lump Studio workshop. @dayziart carefully places the rubbish over the skeleton to form the shell and the skin of the turtle. ALL of the rubbish was collect by @dayziart from Aussie beaches. @sodastreamau commissioned this piece as part of #oceanofthefuture a VR display that aims to help us understand the impact our waste is having on our ocean and marine life.  We are thrilled to have been included in this project along with passionate ambassadors @sodastreamau  @plasticfreesophia @cleanupaustralia  @take3forthesea  @joelparko The display is on this week at Circular Quay in Sydney #bubblesfornow  #onebottleforlife  #stoptrashingwaves
  • The Turtle created by @dayziart is positioned on top of a pod which houses a VR experience #OceanOfTheFuture developed and launched by @sodastreamau  this week. The VR experience aims to help us understand how our waste is impacting our oceans and marine life.  The installation is at The Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay in Sydney. Take your kids, you will want to make difference too @sodastreamau @joelparko  #onebottleforlife  @take3forthesea  @dayziart  @plasticfreesophia  @cleanupaustralia  @mattbarryimages  @elyse.knowles  These guys are all making the change and making a difference #everybitcounts  #BubblesForNow 
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  • This is a project we are thrilled to have had the opportunity to work on. It’s been under wraps for a while but this week @sodastreamau  launched #OceanOfTheFuture The initiative aims to display the devastating effects and the ongoing impacts of single use plastics on our oceans and marine life.  Our role at Lump Studio was to create the internal structure of a Turtle for @dayziart to cover with found rubbish he collected from the beach and ocean in his home town.  Swipe left, you can see just how much rubbish was collected in only a couple of weeks.  We all know it. It’s time to change our consumption habits. It’s not helpless we can make a difference @sodastreamau  #onebottleforlife  @take3forthesea  @dayziart  @plasticfreesophia  @cleanupaustralia  @mattbarryimages  @elyse.knowles  #everybitcounts #BubblesForNow
  • The “Wire Amplitudes” sculpture would look just as at home if found deep in the ocean. 
So pleased with the installation of our “Wire Amplitudes” Sculpture in this project by @sarpelhomes 📷@rogerrolanddilernia
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  • The Lump “Wire Amplitudes” Sculpture features a beautiful orange power coated finish. Its transparency suggests an almost ephemeral presence. project by @sarpelhomes 📷@rogerrolanddilernia
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  • So pleased with the installation of our “Wire Amplitudes” Sculpture in this project by @sarpelhomes 📷@rogerrolanddilernia Very proudly positioned at the entrance. 
#lovewhatyoudo  #sculpture  #outdoorart  #lumplove  #modernsculpture  #modernhomes  #modernarchitecture
  • Decorative screens designed to reflect your surroundings. Visit the Lump website to view our full collection 
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  • We bring almost 20 years of sheet metal fabrication to the table. 
We work hard to collaborate with you. We deliver custom made decorative screens exactly the way you want them. 
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  • Custom made screens. Exactly the way you want them. 
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  • Our first love is always going to be sculpture. But we also have a huge catalog of screens. ALL original designs of course. AND fully customisable. 
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  • That finish. 
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