Todd Lyndon Stuart | Sculptor profile
Whats next Mama Summit Entangled Mirror Flower Flower of the Soul (Lg) Tommy Gun Shark Resurrection Dreamers Hands What’s Next Mama? Eternal Caress Seeking Infinity Time Catcher Praying Mantis Sculpture of the Artist as a Hand Ms. Solitude Morph Corroboree Dance - Is a collaboration with aboriginal artist - Walangari Karntawarra What’s your Peanut? What’s Your Mouse? - On reciprocal motivation Hope - Mankind and nature in harmony Morphing Shell in a Beautiful World Morning Before the Races Past Present Future Infinity Lipstick Tied Small Dragonfly Ms Solitude Boxed-In No. 2 Extremely Rare and Collectable Butterfly Boxed In Rat Race Dreamtime Ms Good Nite Layers of an Onion Flight 2 4th Dimension Organic Pebble Shhh Don’t Tell Anyone Large Octopus Raging Bull Octopus Morphing Shell in a Beautiful World Flight Large Dragonfly

Todd Lyndon Stuart

  • Works online: 43 Total prizes: 10
  • Preferred media: blown glass, bronze, cast aluminium, copper, corten steel, stainless steel,
  • Sculpture styles: abstract, figurative, fountains/water features, installations,
  • Sculpture scales: small (0 - 100cm), medium (100 - 200cm), large (200cm+),
  • Sculpture settings: indoor, outdoor, public,
  • Works to Comission: Yes
  • Runs Classes: No
Todd Lyndon Stuart short bio

Bio: TODD STUART - Artist Statement

The ability of sculpture to enrich, renew and meaningfully activate public space drives me to explore the potential of inspiring abstract forms.

 

Todd Stuart is a multi-award-winning professional sculptor specialising in large-scale abstract indoor and outdoor artworks of exceptional creative power.

Stuart is driven by core beliefs relating to creativity’s ability to enrich internal and external space. He recognises the inherent value in creating works that vigorously court viewer engagement, while understanding the sculptor’s manifest duty to master form and medium towards artworks that will endure as legacies across time.

Active both at home and abroad, Stuart has won numerous awards for his sculpture in Australia, including the Dame Elisabeth Murdoch Sculpture Award at the Yarra Valley Arts / Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition, while internationally Stuart’s standing as a creator of large-scale public sculpture is on the rise in China, the United States and the Middle East. With over a decade of experience working with architects, interior designers, landscape designers, developers and private clients towards commissioned works that stand as significant landmark statements, Stuart has developed an impeccable reputation for impressive abstract sculpture created for public and private spaces, and also for exceeding client expectations and working to industry benchmarks of budget, time and scope.

Notable works by Stuart can be viewed in Melbourne at the Point Leo Estate Sculpture Park, in Manhattan at the grand entrance to Lloyd Goldman’s Summit Residential Tower, and in the city of Muscat, where two sculptures by Stuart stand as centrepiece artworks within Oman’s Ministry of Education.

To view more works by Todd Stuart or to discover how he can bring his creativity and also his skills as a specialised process-driven sculptor & sculpture project manager to your next venture, please visit:

- https://www.public-sculpture.com

- https://www.youtube.com/@mainarterysculpture

Exhibitions History
Prizes History
Annual & Awards Exhibition Annual & Awards Exhibition
2022 Entangled Mirror Flower won Dalchem Prize
2016 Tied won Tina Wentcher Sculpture Prize Highly Commended
2012 Flight won 1st
Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show
2019 Praying Mantis won Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show Estate Sculpture Second Prize
2018 Morph won Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show Estate Sculpture Second Prize
2017 Morphing Shell in a Beautiful World won MIF&GS Prize for Fabricated or Assembled Sculpture First Prize
2015 Rat Race won MIF&GS Prize for Formed or Cast Sculpture Second Prize
2014 Organic Pebble won 2nd
2014 Shhh Don't Tell Anyone won Highly Commended
2013 Large Octopus won MIF&GS Prize for Fabricated or Assembled Sculpture First Prize