Don Rea Designs

in Artists

Found object wire sculpture people using junk found at flea markets and junk yards. Made with copper, brass, and silver.



  1. The two, man and woman, skydivers I saw at Thurmont, how much do they cost? Can they be ordered?

    • Karen Parks

      I’m interested in obtaining the ‘Wizard of Oz” magnet characters that I saw @ Summerfair this past weekend.

  2. Jim Leaman

    I am curious to see other workd by Don. Where can I see them?

  3. Donna Neveu

    I was wondering where I could purchase one of these wire sculpture people by Don Rea designs? A friend of mine has one that was given to her as a gift. Can they be purchased online? I am interested in the hairdresser one.
    Thank You!
    Donna Neveu

    • If you’d like to purchase one of his pieces, just come by the gallery to pick one out! We’re open Thurs and Fri 4 – 7pm and Saturday 12 – 6pm as well as First Fridays.

  4. A friend received two pieces of your small sculptures as Christmas gifts. I like the sense of liveliness in the “space ship alien” and the “dog”(?) sculptures. I will take more time to look closely at your work when I revisit the Artemis Gallery in Richmond. I was in quite a hurry the first visit.

  5. I would like to say , Don’s art is absolutely phenomenal. It has been some years ago that I first saw it at a craft vendor show in Frederick Maryland. I left that show with two wonderful pieces in hand that I still prize today. One piece is that of the metal tank bulb hot air ballon with small rider figure gazing down via a telescope. The other is a large sculpture and a piece that I will never part with. It is of a three wheel trike style vehicle above which are two very large Prehistoric style wings a bit like that of a pterodactyl. Incorporated into this sculpture is a large clear filament bulb of unique design. This sculpture has a small ride and the steering wheel is a ladies solitaire band ring. It was absolutely awesome when I purchased it way back when and becomes even more awesome with each passing year.

Leave a Reply

Using Gravatars in the comments - get your own and be recognized!

XHTML: These are some of the tags you can use: <a href=""> <b> <blockquote> <code> <em> <i> <strike> <strong>