How to Display Your Ceramic Fish in the Garden Sculpture
Displaying your ceramic fish is really easy. They look great as a single fish piece in a garden container or in a flower bed. If you want a fluid look that has a stronger visual impact, it is best to place them “swimming” in groups of odd numbers such as 3, 5, 7, or 9 fish.
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Fish in the garden sculptures look great meandering through container gardens (as I’ve done), curving around shrubs and trees, nestled in ponds, and dancing through dry creed beds. Tail directions can go both ways. If no direction is given then the fish are shipped with 50/50 when ordered in even number or 1/3 to 2/3 opposite tail directions when ordered in odd numbers.
My goal for my Art Gallery Garden was to have interesting schools of fish swimming through the elevated garden beds. This was accomplished by varying the size of the fish and mixing them up through the different elevated garden bed containers. I added sea shells and rocks to make the containers look even more “swimmy”. Then hung colorful canvas garden art all over the walls of the side yard. Feels like a colorful underwater experience in a unique garden space.