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Steelsculpt Garden Gallery

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by Colleen P Moyne (subscribe)
I'm a freelance writer living in the beautiful river town of Mannum in South Australia dreaming of the day I can retire from the 9-5 to write full-time.
Published April 4th 2016
Wander the Garden of Arty Delights
Driving the road between Angaston and Nuriootpa, it's hard to miss the 'cyborg,' (or 'droid' depending on who you ask) that stands guard in front of number 274, the home of the Steelsculpt Garden Gallery.

Steelcraft Droid
The Steelcraft Droid


Steelsculpt is the creation of Tony Howard, a local sculptor who has found a way to turn his passion into a growing business.

Wandering around the garden, I was struck by the variety of creations on show and all for sale at very reasonable prices. Tony is also able to custom make planters, fire-pits, letterboxes, wall art, gates, railings, fences and unique gabion walls.

Steelcraft Sculptures
Just Some of the Sculptures on Display


Gabion Wall, Steelsculpt
Unique Gabion Wall Comissioned by an Angaston Resident


Tony has always had a passion for metal sculpting and last year took the bold step of leaving his full-time employment to pursue his art. Since then his work has been shown as part of the South Australia Living Arts (SALA) festival and several of his commissioned works can be seen installed around the Barossa area.

Tony Howard
Tony Howard - Sculptor


He has a workshop onsite and is planning to extend the current facility to incorporate a larger display and a contemporary blacksmithing forge.

Tony welcomes members of the public to wander through the garden and admire his works, and is also happy to take orders. If you can sketch it up, then chances are he can build it.

Tony Howard
Tony With One of his SALA Exhibition Pieces


Steelsculpt is open most weekdays if the sign is out, the place is open. Call in and say hello the next time you're heading to Nuriootpa or Angaston and enjoy the garden sculptures on show.
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Why? Beautiful Garden Sculptures on Display
When: Most Weekdays, Some Weekends
Phone: 0438340770
Where: 274 Angaston Road, Angaston, SA
Cost: No Entry Fee but Items for Sale
Your Comment
Looks like my type of garden. I will keep an eye out next trip to the Barossa.
by Jenny Rossiter (score: 3|3754) 592 days ago
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