Cam Crossley

The Seeker

By Cam Crossley

Medium: Cast bronze with patina of Ferric Nitrate, sealed in Renaissance wax. Australian Red Cedar base.

Size: 29cm by 27cm

General Information: 29H x 27W x 16D (bronze) on 30H x 16W x 14.5D base.

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The Seeker Finds

By Cam Crossley

Medium: Cast bronze with patina of Ferric Nitrate, sealed in Renaissance wax. Australian Red Cedar base.

Size: 33cm by 14cm

General Information: 33H x 14W x 18D (bronze) on 30H x 16W x 14.5D base

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Intuition

By Cam Crossley

Medium: Cast Bronze

Size: 35cm by 46cm

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A Short History

Cam Crossley is a sculptor and architect living on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland working in clay, steel and bronze: “One of the many things I love about sculpture is the sense of frozen moment – the stillness that allows us to physically circumnavigate a composition. It allows us to better appreciate what would otherwise be a fleeting sense of grace.”

For Cam, bronze sculpture is so much more than manipulated form and surface. The bronze itself evokes a sense of our history, retelling from memory the stories which define us. It also permits Cam to simultaneously pursue two passions: bronze - as an exquisite material and process, and the human figure - the vehicle, measure and expression of us, and the physical and emotional relationships we have with each other and with our environment.

In his public projects, Cam is delighted to work with communities and key stakeholders to create not just significant sculpture, but sacred spaces to be valued by those communities for decades to come. For Cam, sculpture must be relevant, meaningful, and evocative. We should always embrace the opportunities which come to hand to extend the relevance of the sculptural work further outwards into the landscape it occupies.

Cam works to make art that has meaning and resonance, but what artists pursue through their art and what that work communicates, cannot be expressed in a few words. His sculptures find their own voice, guided by hand through the clay, the bronze and fire.

Exhibitions / Public Art Projects / Major Commissions

2022  SWELL Sculpture Festival, Currumbin Beach, Gold Coast – to be held September 2022
2022  Brisbane Sculpture Festival Mt Coot-Tha
2022  Northshore Exhibition with Sculptors QLD
2022  Truth, Healing & Prophecy, The Old Ambulance Station Nambour
2022  Sculpture in the Vines, Sirromet Winery
2022  ‘Interstices of Place & Time’, Hamilton Brisbane
2021  ‘Alex’ Life Size bronze commission
2021  Joint exhibition Sculptors QLD – 33 Park Road Milton
2021  Sculpture in the Vines 21/22 – Sirromet Winery
2021  Sculpture on the Edge, Maleny
2021  ‘The Captain’ – Portrait bust, private commission
2021  New Cenotaph, Parklakes Bli Bli - Commission in Progress
2019  Joint exhibition, ‘Art of the Body’ - Butter Factory Art Centre Cooroy
2018  Joint exhibition, ‘Earthly Bodies’ - Lamkin Lane Caloundra
2018  Eternal Flame & Memorial, Maroochy RSL – Cotton Tree Cenotaph

Prizes & Awards

2022  ‘Interstices of Place & Time’, Hamilton Brisbane, Sculptor’s QLD competition
2021  Finalist, ‘Lethbridge 20,000’ – Lethbridge Gallery, Paddington QLD
2021  Finalist, ‘Naked & Nude Art Prize 2021’ – Manning Regional Art Gallery, Taree NSW
2019  Finalist, ‘Lyn McCrae Drawing Prize 2019’ – Noosa Regional Art Gallery, Noosa QLD
2019  Finalist, ‘Naked & Nude Art Prize 2019’ – Manning Regional Art Gallery, Taree NSW

Currently we have no editions available.

Commission Enquiry

Commission Message

If you have seen an artwork by this artist but it’s sold or you would like something similar in a different size, you are welcome to email us an enquiry and we will start the process of commissioning an artwork.