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Spectacular sculptures and statues designed and crafted to any budget

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“Commission with us and we’ll create you something that gets the whole world talking”  – Gillie and Marc

Gillie and Marc are the world’s most successful bronze sculpture artists. They can take any idea or commission and bring it to life in the most beautiful and innovative way. During their 26-year career they have delivered a diverse range of commissioned sculptures and statues to hundreds of private investors, governments, corporate businesses and councils across the globe.

Why you should commission Gillie and Marc?
1. The artists can work to any size and budget be it a two-storey high abstract piece or a life-sized rabbit
2. They will oversee all aspects of the production process including timings, delivery and installation with outstanding project-management
3. They work with an array of materials including bronze, brass, steel, aluminium and fibreglass
4. They will deliver the most affordable statues and sculptures on earth
5. Everything is premium quality with the highest quality bronze
6. All work is 100% guaranteed

What can Gillie and Marc do for you?
Whatever you want! Gillie and Marc have created:
1. Sports legends
2. Religious icons
3. Spiritual figures
4. Soldiers
5. Abstract pieces
6. Nature-inspired walls
7. Water features
8. Monumental sculptures
9. Animals (life-like and abstract)
10. Busts

Gillie and Marc have rightfully earned a reputation for their reliable, adaptable and friendly work manner. If you want to give a lot of direction, that’s great as they love to collaborate and brainstorm. Or if you prefer as little involvement as possible, they will confidently take the reins. Basically whatever your needs are, they’ll exceed your expectations and create an artwork unlike ever you’ve seen before!

What will this cost you?
A sculpture or statue commission with Gillie and Marc means incredible value. The artists:
1. Use the highest quality materials
2. Work with any budgets
3. Develop and enhance all ideas
They also believe that a big idea doesn’t need a big budget and can create truly unique sculptures at a minimal spend.

What material do you want?
Gillie and Marc are seasoned experts in a variety of materials including bronze, brass, steel and fiberglass. Bronze looks classic and perfectly complements various artworks and settings, whereas colourful polyresin makes an attractive statement piece. When it comes to picking an art medium for a commission, bronze is the most durable. In fact, bronze has been used in the most iconic public artworks all over the world including the Statue of Liberty, the lions in London’s Trafalgar Square and The Thinker.

Bronze has many economic advantages and requires minimal maintenance. Graffiti can be easily cleaned off with turps without damaging the material. Once the bronze is cemented into the ground, it’s impossible to steal. If the work is put directly into the ground, grass and soil can also go on top of it to make it fit in with its surrounding environment in a beautiful and organic way. This robust, water-resistant material can also be painted in a range of bright weatherproof colours.

Are the artworks interactive and safe?
Gillie and Marc have installed hundreds of popular and beloved commissioned bronze sculptures all over the world including New York, Shanghai, Singapore and Sydney that are constantly touched, climbed on and photographed. Everything they make is both environmentally-aware and safe for the public.
Gillie and Marc have helped zoos, hospitals, schools, churches, museums, sports stadiums, restaurants, hotels and offices to:
– Unify their community
– Encourage interaction
– Increase visitors
– Make a statement
– Create a destination

A commission with Gillie and Marc is a guarantee to make a beautiful and positive impact on your community or business. So call or email now for your free quote. It’s the first step to get the world talking!

The Animal March

Stockland Green Hills, East Maitland, NSW

The idea is Australian’s wildlife march for conservation and protection. The public art installation and activation will boast to be the world’s longest permanent wildlife march – a spectacular site that will have all of Australia talking.
The life-size wildlife of Australia will be created in magnificent bronze. They will form a 50 meter parade where each animal in family groups will follow each other. The public will be asked to join the march having their photos taken with the animals. Each member of the public will march along the animals.

Buffering the race horse

Eagle Farm, Brisbane, QLD

To commemorate the deeds of the $7 million earning, seven-time Group 1 winner Buffering, Brisbane Racing Club commissioned Gillie and Marc to create a life-size statue of the legendary race horse. The statue stands at the front of the new infield entrance to Eagle Farm.

Heathcote said he believed Buffering’s never-say-die attitude was the reason the public took him to heart. “Australians love an underdog and he had all the qualities of a great fighter. He would get knocked down but he would get back up again,” he said. “And he did it in an era of sprinting greats.”

BRC Chairman Neville Bell said in the 152 years of Eagle Farm this was the first time a full-size statue had been unveiled. “From day one of this club it was always the plan to have a significant statue at Eagle Farm and we couldn’t think of a better opportunity than with Buffering,” he said. “He was a great ambassador for racing in Queensland and for the Brisbane Racing Club.”

Standing Watch Anzac Soldier

Permanently installed at Darwin Military Museum, NT

Darwin Military Museum commissioned Gillie and Marc to pay tribute to the Anzac soldiers who bravely fought in WWII. The Government organisation is a very popular tourist destination, ranking second out of 104 sites on Trip Advisor. Every year they hold a Remembrance Day ceremony where retired diggers come along. The artists wanted to create a soldier that would educate foreign tourists while paying warm respects to past soldiers.

This was a wonderful honour and even more important to the artists as Marc’s grandfather fought in Gallipoli. He was shot but survived and was later honoured as a hero. Marc’s grandfather was a kind, loving man and a wonderful grandfather who passed away from lung disease, the effects of mustard gas. Gillie and Marc decided to create this bronze sculpture based on an old photo of him before he went to battle. To all the Anzacs we will never forget the sacrifice you made.

Run For Your Life

Permanently installed at Australia Zoo

When Steve Irwin passed away the whole world mourned Australia’s national treasure. In 2015, Australia Zoo commissioned Gillie and Marc to create a commemorative artwork to be unveiled for the zoo’s annual Steve Irwin Day. The Day represents everything that Irwin was passionate about: family, wildlife conservation and fun.

The artists wanted to honour the life and legacy of the beloved Crocodile Hunter while staying true to his playful and adventurous spirit. Hence the sculpture is a tongue-in-cheek piece made to look like the croc is jumping out of the water.

Run for your life is permanently installed at Australia Zoo in Queensland.

Pit Pony

Permanently installed in Collinsville, NSW

The Pit Pony Experience Project was a community-driven idea to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the last working pit ponies in Australia. Wharrier and Mr Ed retired from the Collinsville Coal Mine in 1990. The ponies were mates to the miners and symbols of strength and unity to the small town.

The Collinsville community branded together to raise nearly $200,000. Gillie and Marc created a life-sized, pit pony bronze statue that is situated in the centre of the town. The campaign went viral and made news headlines across Australia. The Pit Pony brought a small community together and wowed a nation.

Ricky Ponting

Hobart’s Bellerive Oval

Hobart’s Bellerive Oval is Tasmania’s only venue that hosts international cricket matches on its whopping 20,000-person grounds. Gillie and Marc were commissioned to immortalise beloved former Australia captain, Ricky Ponting who was born and bred in Tasmania.

To Ponting’s absolute delight, he unveiled a statue of himself before the first Test against the West Indies in 2015. The artists have aptly portrayed Australia’s highest-run scorer mid-play, performing his famous pull shot. This signature stroke sent fear into bowlers around the world and was used in over 168 tests during his 17-year-long career.

Paying Respects

Carindale, QLD

Citipointe Christian College is a primary and high school based in Brisbane. The school commissioned Gillie and Marc to design an Anzac memorial in time for Remembrance Day.

The artists created a boy holding an official military hat as a way to pay respects and represent the loss of life without being too literal or traumatising for the students. The artists felt that the younger school children in particular, might find the boy more relatable. The school said the sculpture “created a real buzz among the students” with some even trying to guess if the artwork was modelled off one of the students. It was also an effective way to introduce the topic of war and conflict.

Paying Respects is dedicated to remembering all Australians who have served their country in the armed forces in wartime or with peacekeeping.

Lavalla Table and School Boys

Cairns, QLD

Gillie and Marc were commissioned by St Augustine’s College in Cairns to create an artwork the students could enjoy while also teaching them religious history.

The artists flew to Cairns to meet with the principal and administration to brainstorm initial ideas. They came up with four ideas and then relayed them to the students. The final product was Lavalla Table, named after the village in France where St Marcellin Champagnat established the world’s first Marist school. The table also includes two statues of boys talking to each other.

After it was put into the playground, it became a huge hit. It’s strong enough so the children can sit at the table and have the lunch. The feedback has been they’re on it everyday and the students love being a part of this important historical event.

Matthew Bowen

Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire Council, Queensland

Matthew Bowen is a revered rugby league player and one of NRL’s community ambassadors. He grew up in Hope Vale, an indigenous community in Cape York. Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire Council commissioned Gillie and Marc to create a sculpture of Bowen. He’s an inspiring figure to the local community, and a bronze was a fitting tribute. The artists portrayed a strong and muscular Bowen running with the ball, to show off his talent and sporting prowess.

The Travellers Have Arrived

Langwarrin, Victoria

Each year in Sydney an outdoor sculpture exhibition called Sculpture by the Sea takes place for four weeks along the coastal walk of Bondi and Tamarama. Gillie and Marc have been a part of this festival twice now and have taken out awards for their artworks that have been seen by over a half million people

In 2012, the artists created The Travellers Have Arrived for the event. The festival director’s response was that it was “brilliantly modelled” and a highlight for many visitors.

“Bondi is a pilgrimage,” Marc says “Backpackers from around the world flock there to call it home. The characters were inspired by Mary and Joseph. So the sculpture represents Bondi as a modern-day Bethlehem.”

The Travellers Have Arrived exemplifies the way art can make us feel small. These artworks remind us that we’re just like everyone else, we’re never alone in our travels – whether they’re across the world or across town for coffee. We’re all just ants in an ant farm.

The Travellers Have Arrived is now on permanent exhibition at the McClelland Sculpture Park in Langwarrin, Victoria. The McClelland Sculpture Park is Australia’s leading sculpture park, and an innovative space for contemporary sculpture to be shown.

Wheat Lumper

Cummins, Lower Eyre Peninsula

South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula has a rich history with the grains industry and the community of Cummins wanted to recognise their past with a piece of public art.

The physical efforts of the wheat lumper was critical to the loading and unloading of wheat bags at the railway sidings throughout Eyre Peninsula.

A small park known as the Railway Triangle is also a part of the town’s heritage. Gillie and Marc decided to honour both these things by installing their sculpture Wheat Lumper in the park.

The sculpture pays tribute to the men who used to carry and stack bags of wheat, often up to 90 kilograms, for transportation. The idea came following the release of the book, Grain Handling: The Way It Was by the late Jim Cronin.

Darrel Baldock

Latrobe, Tasmania

Gillie and Marc were asked to create a bronze statue in Darrel’s likeness, so that his legacy could be immortalised at Latrobe. DARREL “Doc” Baldock started out an ordinary bloke from Quoiba, but during his lifetime he left a lasting legacy both statewide and nationally.

Mr Baldock captained the St Kilda Football Club to its only premiership in 1966, was a champion horse breeder and trainer and a state politician until 1987, when he retired to coach his beloved Saints.