Bronze Africa – the gallery of bronze sculptures created by John Tolmay
John Tolmay created Bronze Africa in 1999 when he officially dedicated himself to sculpting African wildlife, hunting scenes and African tribespeople in bronze. He took his thorough knowledge of African animals and people, combined that with his considerable talent as an artist and has subsequently gone on to sell hundreds of bronze pieces to discerning collectors of art around the world.
Here at Bronze Africa you can explore an exciting collection of high-end bronze art in the Gallery, get the latest updates from the studio, see when and where you can next view his work at a show or exhibition and if you are interested in a piece, you can request a price. Or you can even find out more about John’s colourful life.
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News and Updates from the Studio
The 44th Waterfowl Festival in Easton, Maryland is to be held next month NOVEMBER 14th, 15th and 16th and this year sculpture and art will be exhibited in the same location. I will be setting up in the Avalon Gallery - located in the historic Avalon Theatre at the corner of Harrison and Dover Streets. I [...]
My latest piece is titled "Get Nervous". It can be a bookend or it can be stand-alone piece. The title is inspired by my good friend and professional hunter, Lou Hallamore and I know many of you will understand that moment when, as Lou would say, it's time to get nervous. Find out a bit [...]
I am very pleased to introduce my latest piece to you. Click here to view in the gallery >> My first ever wildebeest sculpture - what a fantastic challenge to try and capture this quintessentially African spectacle that takes place every year on the Mara River. This drama is now classified as one of the “Seven [...]