Graham Radcliffe, Brisbane born in 1934, has been a professional sculptor for almost 30 years. Living in Italy for over 6 years he was able to source a range of unusual marble and onyx.

Blending his distinctive style with these exotic stones Graham has built up a large collection of sculptures. He works between Pietrasanta in Italy and his home on Mount Glorious in SE Queensland, Australia, where he created the Phoenix Sculpture Garden and Art Gallery.

The Phoenix Sculpture Garden, privately owned and funded by Graham Radcliffe, has been open to the public since 1995. With the creation of this Garden, Graham fulfilled his vision, in which the combination of the beauty of nature and his life’s work of sculptures and paintings create an ambiance where Peace becomes reality. The 2 hectare rainforest Garden is located on the peak of Mt. Glorious, 632 metres above sea level, and has views over Moreton Bay and Stradbroke Island.

There are over 100 marble and bronze indoor and outdoor sculptures permanently on display. The largest is Phoenix Germania which Graham created to commemorate the reunification of Germany. This work is 4 metres high, and gives the garden its name.

Indoor and outdoor marble, bronze and steel sculptures for sale and on commission.

Queensland, Australia.
59 Fahey Road, Mount Glorious,
Open to the public every Sunday, 10am-4pm and by appointment
35 km northwest of Brisbane, Queensland, 1 hour drive from Brisbane’s international airport.
Phone/Fax: 0061 7 3289 0171