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INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMISSIONS

 

In 2003, sculptor Brendan Jamison developed a pioneering technique of carving blocks of  sugar. The sugar cubes are fastened together with a special adhesive that absorbs in to  the sugar and creates a permanent binding between the cubes. The sugar sculptures are  fastened to a solid wooden base and presented within a clear acrylic display case. This  prevents water or insects from damaging the sugar. Because of the uniqueness of these  intricately-detailed sculptures, they are highly sought after by private, public and corporate  collectors. Commission requests are regularly received from across the globe.

Size & Price Guide, as at January 2017

Please note, these prices include the art dealer's commission, the full cost of materials and the transportation costs within Ireland and the United Kingdom. Additional charges will apply for delivery to other countries. Please email the studio team for detailed quotations and the timescale for completion: jamisonsculpturestudio@gmail.com

 

SIZE 1: EXTRA SMALL

Duration: 1 week

  

ISABELLA'S TOWER (2012) Brendan Jamison

Carved sugar cubes, 19.5 x 9 x 9 cms

Displayed in a glass dome: 27.5 x 15 x 15 cm

Image © Brendan Jamison 2012

PRICE FOR THIS SIZE:

£2,500 GBP / €3,125 EURO / $3,125 USD

 

 

 

 

SIZE 2: SMALL COLLECTION

Duration: 2 weeks

  

4 sculptures commissioned by Vogue Italia for March 2015 publication. Photography © Vogue Italia

SWISS ARMY KNIFE (2015) Brendan Jamison. Carved sugar cubes, 11 x 16 x 3 cm.

SWISS WATCH (2015) Brendan Jamison. Carved sugar cubes, 2 x 6 x 25 cm.

SWISS FLAG (2015) Brendan Jamison. Carved sugar cubes, 6 x 7 x 2 cm.

SWISS CHOCOLATE BAR (2015) Brendan Jamison. Carved sugar cubes, 2 x 12 x 30 cm.

 

PRICE FOR THIS SIZE:

£5,000 GBP / €6,250 EURO / $6,250 USD

 

 

 

 

SIZE 3: SMALL

Duration: 1 month

NUMBER 10 (2012) Brendan Jamison,

carved sugar cubes, 44.5 x 26 x 14 cm.

Displayed on a wooden base with acrylic display case

This sculpture has been on display in the Front Hall at

10 Downing Street since February 2012

Images © Brendan Jamison 2012

PRICE FOR THIS SIZE:

£10,000 GBP / €12,500 EURO / $12,500 USD

 

 

 

 

SIZE 4: MEDIUM

Duration: 3 months

HELEN'S TOWER (2010) Brendan Jamison

carved sugar cubes, 87 x 39 x 37 cm.

Displayed on a wooden base with acrylic display case

Image © Brendan Jamison 2012

PRICE FOR THIS SIZE:

 

£30,000 GBP / €37,500 EURO / $37,500 USD

 

 

 

 

SIZE 5: LARGE

Duration: 6 months

 

BANGOR CASTLE TOWN HALL (2011) Brendan Jamison

carved sugar cubes, 55 x 113 x 100 cm.

Displayed in a clear plastic display case on a beech wood base and pedestal,

commissioned by North Down Borough Council, Northern Ireland

Image © Brendan Jamison 2011

PRICE FOR THIS SIZE:

 

£60,000 GBP / €75,000 EURO/ $75,000 USD

 

 

 

 

SIZE 6: EXTRA LARGE

Duration: 9 months

TATE MODERN & NEO BANKSIDE (2010) Brendan Jamison

scale 1:100 architectural models,

carved sugar cubes & loose sugar crystals, 100 x 347.5 x 180 cm.

Sculptures commissioned by Native Land & Grosvenor

for the London Festival of Architecture

NEO Bankside Pavilion, Southbank, 2nd - 4th July 2010

Images © Brendan Jamison and Ash Knotek 2010

PRICE FOR THIS SIZE:

£90,000 GBP / €112,500 EURO / $112,500 USD

 

 

 

 

SIZE 7: MONUMENTAL

Duration: 15 months

EASTBOURNE TOWER (2008-2011) Brendan Jamison, a quarter of a million sugar cubes, 500 x 700 x 800 cm. Tower with river of sugar cubes. Installation at Towner Contemporary Art Museum, Eastbourne, England. Image © Brendan Jamison 2011

 

PRICE FOR THIS SIZE:

£150,000 GBP / €187,500 EURO / $187,500 USD

 

 

Jamison Sculpture Studio works with international associates in

Europe, North America and Asia. For those wishing to

commission an artwork or exhibit Jamison sculptures,

please contact the studio team at

jamisonsculpturestudio@gmail.com

 

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