Caribbean Crafts British Virgin Islands
Fire Balls & Fire Sculptures

Aragorn's Fire Sculptures are each uniquely designed and created by hand from steel spheres ranging in size from 12 inches to 5 feet in diameter. These sculptures are made by hand cutting the elborate stories out of steel balls and then fueling them with firewood. Lighting them ablaze is a sight full of fantasy for the viewer. With each phase of the fire, from raging start to ember-glowing finish, the imagery changes.

Once the design was perfected, Aragorn continued to develop new shapes such as his Fire Cubes and Pyramids.

Aragorn's Fire Sculptures on are display outside his studio on the beach at Trellis Bay, on Beef Island in the British Virgin Islands and are photographed daily by visitors and art appreciators. Each Full Moon and during the Trellis Bay New Year's Eve festival, he places the Fire Sculpures on mounts in the sea just beyond the shoreline for the public to view. The sculptures are fueled with firewood and set ablaze. On New Year's Eve the festivities gain momentum against a backdrop of fountains and fireworks eccentuating the life and movement of the sculptures themselves.

Aragorn's Fire Sculptures are in several private collections and galleries around the world. Custom fire sculptures are available for purchase. Please contact Aragorn for details on size, material and pricing.

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Aragorn's Fire Sculptures: Cube, Sphere, Pyramid. Photo by Chuck Krallman. Click to enlarge.

Fireball Sculpture on display at Sausmarez Manor in St Martin, Guernsey, Channel Islands: Art Parks International.
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Fire Pyramid at a Full Moon Party in Trellis Bay, British Virgin Islands. Photo by Chuck Krallman.