You are here: Home Homestead Living Art Barbed Wire And Galvanized Wire Sculptures Barbed Wire And Galvanized Wire Sculptures by Keiren April 27, 2016, 6:26 pm At least you know it’s sturdy—barbed wire was the first manufactured fence able to restrain cattle. The Barbed Wire Sculpture Of David Oliviera Wire Sculpture by David Oliviera of Portugal. www.davidmigueloliveira.blogspot.pt Wire Sculpture by David Oliviera. www.davidmigueloliveira.blogspot.pt Wire Wolves bounding down a stair by David Oliviera. www.davidmigueloliveira.blogspot.pt Wire Sculpture (Imoto, 2012) by David Oliviera. www.davidmigueloliveira.blogspot.pt The Wire Sculpture Of Sophie Ryder Wire Eye by Sophie Ryder. www.sophieryder.com Wire Rabbit in Yorkshire, UK by Sophie Ryder. Wound metal wire. www.sophieryder.com Wire Feet by Sophie Ryder. www.sophieryder.com Wire sculpture by Sophie Ryder. Rib cage is an old boxspring. www.sophieryder.com The World’s Best Wire Sculptures Wire Sculpture (Configuration, 2009) by Barbara Licha. 3′ high. lichabarbara.wordpress.com Wire Sculpture (Mr. X 1 & 2, 2010) by Barbara Licha. Born in Poland, in Australia since 1982. lichabarbara.wordpress.com Barbed wire sheep by Paul Byatt. www.paulbyatt.co.uk Ernie Poe uses coiled antique barbed wire for his sculptures. Since the age of 73, the former cattle rancher has built more than 300 barbed wire sculptures. grassrootsart.net ‘And Light Fell on her Face’ by Gavin Worth. www.gavinworth.com Barbed wire chairs at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art by Benni Efrat, 1999. ww.imj.org.il Barb Wire Bowl (I Am) by Diane Hansen of Minnesota. www.mnartists.org Barbed-wire emus by Laurie Nilsen. aboriginalartandculture.wordpress.com Elizabeth Berrien known as the Wire Lady. www.wirelady.com Lazy Stretch by Jo Burchell, UK. www.joburchell.com Wire sculpture by Alexander Calder. Lots more here: www.calder.org Coat Hanger Astronaut by David Mach of Scotland. Mach creates assemblages out of mass-produced objects. Most often these include magazines, teddy bears, newspapers, car tires, match sticks and coat hangers. www.davidmach.com See more Previous article Wattle Edging Next article Auto Parts Art Written by Keiren Keiren is an artist who lives in New York City. A lover of animals, nature, science & green building. Keiren originally founded Inspiration Green in 2007, which merged with Insteading in 2016. 5 Comments Leave a Reply I’m a driftwood sculptor and am always fascinated by the beautiful work other people have done using all sorts of media; especially recyclable materials. I have been doing a lot of sculptures using fallen maple, oak, and other leaves. If anyone has done anything like that, please contact me. Thanks, louie Reply Great!I like it! Roy Reply Check out John Veeken Sculpture via search engine for some amazing barbed wire artwork. Reply Howdy, I’m a retired rancher and have miles of rusted ‘bob-war’ we’ve taken down.. I’m no artist, but would like to try to make something with the wire.. This wire was made before WW2 and is very ‘breakable’ when bent.. I would like to know how to ‘work’ it into shapes, without breaking it into little pieces.. Thanx, Reply I enjoyed seeing your work, it’s wonderful. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Upload a photo / attachment to this comment (PNG, JPG, GIF - 6 MB Max File Size): (Allowed file types: jpg, gif, png, maximum file size: 6MB.