Museum Show Essay

Museum Show Essay

Posted on Jun 3, 2014 in Blog, Editorial | No Comments

The Figure:  Portrait and Symbol Paintings and Bronze Works by Tom Corbin The University of Mississippi Museum Show, Mar. 18 – Aug. 9, 2014 Essay by Dana Self Tom Corbin’s work occupies a space of utopianism, where perfection and the memory of perfection live. His female forms, family members and pets, and the carefree young people […]

New Bowls and Tables

New Bowls and Tables

Posted on Jun 2, 2014 in Blog, Introducing New Work | No Comments

Introducing new bronze accent pieces ranging from bowls to small occasional tables. Unique inspiration combined with functionality make these Corbin pieces coveted and unforgettable Baako Bowl 2.5”H, 12”D, 39”W Bronze, brown patina with polished edge Makena Bowl 2.5”H, 10”D, 23”W Bronze, brown patina with polished edge Tryke Table 23”H, 18”D, 15”W Bronze, black/brown patina Astin Table 28”H, 12.5”D, 12”W […]

New Small Sculpture

New Small Sculpture

Posted on Jun 2, 2014 in Blog, Introducing New Work | No Comments

 Tom was inspired to create new small sculptures for his Museum Show at the University of Mississippi. These limited editions are playful and unexpected in their composition and dynamic in display Girl on Trapeze Edition 60 12”H, 5”D, 4”W Bronze, green/brown patina with polished highlights Counterbalance Edition 60 20”H, 8.75”D, 26”W Bronze, black/brown patina Seated Figure Study I […]

2014 Press Sightings

2014 Press Sightings

Posted on Apr 28, 2014 in Blog, Press Sightings | No Comments

Garden & Gun Magazine February/March 2014 Article: Good Hunting, The Great Outdoors (p. 49) “Fight cabin fever with these cold-weather companions for the home, from a custom fireside bench to a multi-purpose Ping-Pong table to all the essentials for a cozy afternoon spent curled up with a good book” Photographs by Brie Williams View product page […]

Dancers in Art

Dancers in Art

Posted on Oct 23, 2013 in Blog, Introducing New Work | No Comments

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 […]

Introducing Fiori

Introducing Fiori

Posted on Oct 20, 2013 in Blog, Introducing New Work | No Comments

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, […]

Corbin Note Cards

Corbin Note Cards

Posted on Oct 19, 2013 in Blog | No Comments

Two sets of designs available featuring artwork by Tom Corbin. 10 blank note cards with 10 premium envelopes per package. Visit Store for more information or to purchase

Instagram, follow us!

Instagram, follow us!

Posted on Sep 18, 2013 in Blog | No Comments

Follow us on Instagram to see Tom Corbin’s latest designs and installations        

New Limited Editions

New Limited Editions

Posted on Sep 3, 2013 in Blog, Introducing New Work | No Comments

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 […]

New Small Tables

New Small Tables

Posted on Aug 14, 2013 in Blog, In the Studio | No Comments

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 

Pinterest, follow us!

Pinterest, follow us!

Posted on Aug 13, 2013 in Blog | No Comments

Follow us on Pinterest to see Tom Corbin’s latest designs and installations. If you Pin and tag your Corbin Bronze installations, we will happily share your pins on our board, Thanks for pinning Corbin Bronze.

Corbin Photo Shoot

Corbin Photo Shoot

Posted on Jul 9, 2013 in Blog, Introducing New Work | No Comments

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”                         […]

Paintings on Website

Paintings on Website

Posted on Jul 7, 2013 in Blog | No Comments

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 […]

Diva IV, in the studio

Diva IV, in the studio

Posted on May 31, 2013 in Blog, In the Studio | No Comments

The pose is classic, the abstraction of the figure – contemporary. In combination, the female form is dynamic and powerful. The verticality of the piece accentuates the overall impact of the sculpture. See Corbin’s sculpting process below.                  

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Ballerinas, in the studio

Ballerinas, in the studio

Posted on Mar 21, 2013 in Blog, In the Studio | No Comments

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.

Tall Mannequins

Tall Mannequins

Posted on Mar 20, 2013 in Blog, In the Studio | No Comments

Tom Corbin’s Tall Mannequins Introducing life-size bronze Mannequins by Tom Corbin. Inspired by the small sculptures below, Corbin has sculpted the new figures in a scale that will interact with the viewer in an entirely unique way.

2013 Press Sightings

2013 Press Sightings

Posted on Jan 16, 2013 in Blog, Press Sightings | No Comments

CA Magazine October 2013 Article: Perfectly in Check (p. 129) “Designer Kendall Wilkinson dreams up a glossy San Francisco flat that’s classic with an edge” Text by Diane Dorrans Saeks Photography by David Duncan Livingston View product page Home & Design 2013 Article: Simply Modern (p. 163) “An inviting and comfortable home can make us feel on top […]

2012 Press Sighting

2012 Press Sighting

Posted on Dec 27, 2012 in Blog, Press Sightings | No Comments

KC Magazine July 2012 Article: Home: Ugly Room Contest (p. 66) Text by KC Magazine Staff Rendering by Alan Karlin (alankarlindesign.com) View product page     “This underlying interior design theme is rooted in local luxury. The space features the amazing work of local talent, such as the lamps and coffee table by Tom Corbin. A […]

Horse and Rider II

Horse and Rider II

Posted on Dec 20, 2012 in Blog, In the Studio | No Comments

History of Horse and Rider From Prehistoric cave drawings to Renaissance masterpieces and present day icons, the subject of a horse and rider has been a recurring theme in paintings and sculpture alike in various cultures throughout history.