Three Dimensional visual art.

“Sculpture is the art of the hole and the lump.” Auguste Rodin

The designs may be embodied in freestanding objects, in reliefs, or built into the landscape or environment. A wide range of media and objects can be used in sculpture, and they may be carved, modeled, molded, cast, wrought, welded, constructed or assembled, or otherwise shaped and combined.

You will find the list of our sculptors summarised below – just click on a profile to find out more about each one; and if you contact any of them, please let them know you found them through this Algarve Art website.

Adina Jagbeck

Adina is a sculptor who mainly uses aerated concrete and polymer clay. Part of her inspiration is curiosity, she needs to surprise herself a little.

Mary Porter

Mary creates sculptures in natural stone and wood which are essentially figurative, aspiring towards flowing, sensuous, tactile naturalism. She is available for commissions.

Sonja Eckenstein-Schalen

Sonja works as a freelance artist and sculptor, exhibiting at home and abroad. Her works are an expression of her soul.