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Tall Tree & The Eye, Bilbao, Spain. Sculpture constructed for Anish Kapoor
Reflections from Tall Tree & The Eye Sculpture, Bilboa, Spain
'Beacon' by artist Lang Ea, NZ
2.1 metre diameter mirror polished sphere
3.6 metre diameter Solar Observatory, Hara, Japan
350mm 22ct Gold Plated Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Sphere
22ct Gold Plated Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Sphere
350mm Gold Plated Mirror Polished Sphere
Metallic Shimmer finish for Round and Round Sculpture by Leon van den Eijkel
Round and Round by NZ artist Leon van den Eijkel
Round and Round on Waiheke Island pic courtesy of NZ Herald
Light Reflections Mirror Polished Spheres
Polished Perfection


Global Stainless Artworks made two mirror polished spheres for the late Mr Russell Vickers, of Vickers Quarry Gardens, Taranaki, 2020.

Mr Vickers said 'he was very pleased with the spheres', and that 'on a clear moonlight night that he would look out and see the reflection of the stars', "panoramic reflection of so many stars is an amazing sight as the spherical shape captures nearly all the stars in the sky".

                   Mr Russell Vickers, Midhurst, Taranaki, NZ.

Sculpture for Lang Ea, artist for the Woman Suffrage Sculpture in Milford Reserve Auckland, 2019.

"Thanks for showing us around your factory yesterday.  We were very impressed with the quality work that you do.  Very excited to see the finished sculpture."

                    Lang Ea, artist for the Woman Suffrage Sculpture, Auckland, NZ.

In 2019, Global Stainless Artworks made a series of sculptures for an installation titled 'Earthcraft 2019', at Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, NZ, for artist Mikala Dwyer, 2019.

In response to seeing the 'Mobius' strip piece and the rest of the installation, Mikala commented "It is just stunning! Thank you".
                      Mikala Dwyer, artist for Earthcraft 2019 installation, Australia.

Olafur Eliasson's first architectural building project for Kirk Kapital Denmark headquarters 2017.

"The furniture has become really beautiful, and I thank you for your good cooperation.  I hope there will be a new project sometime in the future, so we again can benefit from your expertise in creating sphere topics".

                                            Ole Flyvholm, Denmark - for Olafur Eliasson

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