Antone's sculptures can be found in Australia in several different areas (Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia) and overseas in China (Shanghai and Taiwan), the United States of America and Europe. Links to the locations of some of these are provided below.
Macquarie University Sculpture Park, Sydney
Antone created a four-piece sculpture group called "The Way of the Sage" as artist in residence at Macquarie University in 1993-94.
Gold Coast Arts Centre
Antone's sculptures, "The Elements" are visible from the main road on which the Arts Centre is located. They were voted "Most Popular Public Art" by readers of the Gold Coast Bulletin.
Cloudehill Gardens Olinda Victoria
Beautiful gardens which provide a wonderful setting to view sculptures in.
Yu-Zi Paradise Sculpture Park Guilin China
Yuzi Paradise is a 1320-acre art park dedicated to the promotion of contemporary art and culture. Since its first major art symposium in 1997, the park has organized 11 sculpture symposia and 4 painting symposia featuring an excess of 200 internationally recognised artists from 47 nations, including Antone Bruinsma.
Shanghai Sculpture Park
Antone created "Penetration of the Wind" in 1998 in China and this sculpture was relocated to the Shanghai Sculpture Park in 2010. In 2011, he created more sculptures for the Park.
Songbirds Rainforest Retreat
Antone has over 20 sculptures on exhibition at Songbirds Rainforest Sculpture Garden, Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, until the end of 2012.
Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha
Antone's very popular sculpture, "The Rhythm of Love" found a home in the Botanic Gardens, Mount Coot-tha, Brisbane, Australia, in 2010.
Brisbane Botanic Gardens
One of Antone's early sculptures, a family group is located in the Botanic Gardens, Brisbane City, Australia.