As a favorite theme found in art history, “the dancer” has been an inspiration for Tom Corbin’s bronze sculpture for over two decades. The movement, composition and grace of the figure are qualities that he finds particularly intriguing. Corbin’s fascination with Edgar Degas’ sculptures and paintings served as the early stimulus for his dancers. Please […]
Each bronze Fiore is limited edition, signed and numbered. Available exclusively through corbinbronze.com. Limited quantities available for holiday delivery. Visit Store for more information or to purchase. “Rather than replicate actual flowers, I am more interested in the mood that the sculpted flower elicits. As a result, my bronze Fiori are Corbin hybrids. Beyond the physical forms, […]
Ranging from 15″ to 78″, Corbin’s new editioned sculptures are now revealed. All limited editions are signed and numbered with the edition number located at the rear of the bronze base, near Tom’s signature. Once an edition is sold out, the mold is destroyed, never to be produced again. View Diva IV in process HERE […]
Designing small occasional tables is one of Tom’s favorite studio projects. Intimate in scale, these tables most often take on sculptural themes tending towards simple, organic forms. Tom’s design process starts out with a cascade of ideas in the form of yellow legal pad “doodles” View on our website:Bulb TableSabra TableAll Occasional Tables
Putting our work in a new venue always generates a fresh dynamic for the pieces – exciting and often unexpected. The collaboration of a breathtaking location with the unique talent of photographer Ron Berg, made Corbin sculpture and accessories shine in the best “light” […]
Did you know that Tom Corbin is a painter? Working two-dimensionally in oil and acrylic was a lark that Tom began experimenting with after his wife, Susie, gave him the gift of a painting class. Eleven years later, Tom divides his time sculpting and painting and is currently “in a painting state of mind”. Like […]
So often ballet dancers are sculpted in a highly representational manner. That is not the case with Ballerina I and II. The figures epitomize grace and elegance which is enhanced through the elongation of each dancer. The result is an unusual lightness and airiness not often found with bronze sculpture.
Fountain City: A Search for Water May 3, 2012 By Tomeka Weatherspoon, Andrea Silenzi, Charlie Upchurch and Jabulani Leffall “On Thursday’s Central Standard, we dive into our first of three programs exploring how we seek out water in this part of the country. First up: fountains. Learn how to get involved in our photography contest, […]