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.

Enjoy your visit

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News and Updates from the Studio

Getting your head around sizes

May 23rd, 2016|Categories: Antelope, News, Warthog|

It's not always evident how big a piece is in comparison to another and with this in mind I offer you some material to help you understand relative scaling in 3 groups of sculptures. The first selection is of Accepting the Challenge, Jungle Ghost and Gentle Giant. The second selection is of the two main kudu sculptures and [...]

A new Buffalo Sculpture

January 4th, 2016|Categories: Buffalo, Large, News|

After The War Department sold out in Dallas last year it was clear that another large-scale multifaceted buffalo sculpture was called for and so - never one to avoid taking on a big challenge - herewith my latest offering still in the clay. At this stage I can only guess at how heavy the piece [...]

Red Stag at the Deer Path Inn

January 4th, 2016|Categories: Commission, Large, News|

Commissioned by Miles White who has spared no expense to refurbish the lovely old English-style hotel, I spent a good chunk of 2015 sculpting a life-size red stag and an accompanying bust. The stag now has pride of place in the Deer Path Inn garden and the bust hangs in the English Room. A visit is highly [...]

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