Dragonflies, both real and in sculpture form, are characterised by two pairs of strong wings and an elongated body. Simple materials have been transformed into a one of a kind design with intricately detailed wings and an intriguing body shape.Symbolising change and adaptability, metal dragonfly ornamental sculptures look delicate when placed on the edge of a plant pot, the roof of a pergola, or simply sitting on the patio. Drawn to water, the dragonfly sculpture would look equally charming displayed nearby a garden pond or other water feature.
Curiously creepy, the medium spider sculpture could have you fooled for the real thing. The large round body has been created using small metal pieces, layered for effect. Eight bent and scrawny legs recoil out of the side, ready to crawl into their new hiding place.Spiders don’t just have to be for Halloween, they can adorn your home or garden all year round. The medium spider sculpture needs a new home to lurk in, so why not hang one on an outdoor wall to create a spooky garden vibe? Indoors you could you pair with a small spider and watch them race across your coffee table.
They may be the most commonly feared thing in the UK, but spiders don’t have to be all scary – especially not when they’re in sculpture form! Incredible detail can be found in the spider’s body which is made from layered metal fragments. It’s easy to imagine the spindly legs that protrude from the spider’s body crawling up your wall or across your table.A simple wall fixing means this small metal spider sculpture can be placed on a wall to create a terrifyingly good display. As one of the scariest sculptures in the Pangea range, wherever you decide to place your new addition, it’s sure to make an impact!
Create your own colony with several of these cute little red ants. With a myriad of places they could live, the red ant will bring a smile to children’s faces as they march the ants across the lawn or have them climbing a flower pot in search of food. A versatile addition to any outdoor space or play area.
Closely related to the ant and wasp the Bumble Bee can be found on every continent except Antarctica. This quirky sculpture would look at home hanging on the bark of a tree or attach it to any outside structure to add decoration within the garden. Hanging together with a dragonfly or paired with the wall mounted butterfly the Bee will make a cheery focus even on the gloomiest of days.