rolling ball sculptures

a collection of our most recent sculptures

Rolling Ball Sculpture #82

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Rolling Ball Sculpture #80

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Rolling Ball Sculpture #79

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Rolling Ball Sculpture #78

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Rolling Ball Sculpture #77

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Rolling Ball Sculpture #76

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Rolling Ball Sculpture #75

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Rolling Ball Sculpture #74

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About Us
Our Sculptures

Welcome to rolling ball sculptures designed and created by David Morrell. Avid Creations is a company based in Adelaide, South Australia, and are able to supply rolling ball sculptures world wide. Through our website you are able to view and purchase existing sculptures that we have designed and developed, or alternatively contact us for further information regarding commissioning a sculpture of your own design.

A rolling ball sculpture is a series of tracks where a marble or ball makes it's way along, through, over, under, around and down the sculpture. Along it's path the marbles pass through 'track components' which either slow, speed up, or purely entertain the user. Track components for example may include loops or tipping arms.

Design plays an important role in the development of the sculptures, and there are an infinite number of design possibilities for any one sculpture.

The sculptures are great for children (over 3's) and also the perfect gift for that person who thinks they have everything.

If you wonder how David started building Rolling Ball Sculptures watch the video below for an insight.

 

 

Features

Building a Rolling Ball Sculpture

Always wondered how the sculptures are built? Watch a time-lapse video of David making one of his desktop style rolling ball sculptures.

Featured Projects

The Sphere.

 

A fire-fighting themed, motorised desktop sculpture.

Current Projects

For all you rolling ball sculpture fans, we have released the first of our industrial styled sculptures!

The new style of desktop sculpture uses a single tipping arm to subsequently release the next marble. The base is a heavy steel cog and this sculpture has the letter "R" welded to it as the frame for the sculpture. Sculptures can be commissioned with the letter of your choice as the frame.

The video and photo of the new sculpture can be seen here.

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