+64-9-283-0572 team@objektcare.com

What We Do.

ObjektCare’s primary objective is to preserve and maintain your sculpture and outdoor artworks.  This is part of our commitment both to you and the artists work.

A comprehensive knowledge of both materials and artists techniques gives you the confidence that ObjektCare can handle almost any sculpture related problem.

ObjektCare has relationships with many well known contemporary sculptors and works closely with them to ensure sculptures are maintained and repaired according to each sculptors requirements.


ObjektCare Programme – Sculpture Cleaning & Maintenance

ObjektCare provides comprehensive a preventative maintenance programme called the ObjektCare Programme which ensures your sculptures and art objekts are always looking their best – regardless of factors such as:

  • Sun and UV damage
  • Sal deposits
  • Weather events
  • Bird droppings
  • Human interaction
  • Air pollution

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Sculpture Repair and Restoration

Sculptures that have lacked attention for some time may need minor or major repair and restoration work carried out. ObjektCare have a commitment to high quality restorations – whether it be a smaller fix or major restoration that includes stripping and applying a new patina (chemically induced colour applied to a bronze sculpture) to a large sculpture. More information…


Sculpture Installation

The ObjektCare team are experts capable of broad range of sculpture installations anywhere in New Zealand. Be it a single multistory high sculpture or 100+ hanging art pieces – it’s likely we can help. More information…


General Sculpture & Art Objekt Services

  • Installation – ObjektCare can take care of transportation, footing and installation of your sculptures.
  • Cataloging and condition reporting – ObjektCare can catalogue and condition report your  collection of sculpture and art objekts.
  • An ongoing inspection cleaning and preservation service – prevents and protects against the degradation of your sculptures surface from both environmental and human factors.
  • Replacement of mounting/installation hardware – bolts, mounts etc
  • Re-mounting of sculpture – new concrete footing or plinth.
  • Extensive reconditioning and repair work – surface restoration including the removal of major corrosion, repairing cracks and holes, surface restoration, re-patination of bronze

ObjektCare’s foundations began in the South Island of New Zealand. where, over a number of years, co-founder Nate Savill studied the artisanal techniques of a blacksmith and worked with noted sculptors.

Today ObjektCare can provide sculpture cleaning, sculpture repair and sculpture installation services throughout NZ – including Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown, Whangarei (Northland), Hamilton (Waikato), Tauranga/Rotorua (Bay of Plenty), Napier/Hastings, Dunedin (Otago), Palmerston North, New Plymouth, Blenheim, Nelson and Invercargill (Southland). Feel free to get in touch.

Our Work.

We have maintained, repaired, restored or installed works by renowned sculptors including:

  • Henry Moore
  • Tony Cragg
  • Michael Parekowhai
  • Terry Stringer
  • Paul Dibble
  • Lew Summers
  • Andrew Drummond
  • Richard Mathieson
  • Dion Hitchens
  • Martin Selman
  • And many others

ObjektCare work with sculptures and art objects made of bronze, brass, copper, stainless steel, aluminium,  fibreglass, glass, and ceramics. If you’d like to enquire about engaging us, contact Nate, Paul or another member of the team.




Our Feedback.

I have worked with ObjektCare on a number of projects now and would highly recommend their services. Nate and his team are friendly, professional and generous with their advice. ObjektCare go out of their way to provide the highest standard of service, consulting with artists and manufacturers, to ensure that your artworks look their best. Artworks, especially those exposed to the elements, need regular care to maintain them. I’m really pleased that ObjektCare are providing this important service which means our national treasures can continue to be enjoyed for many years to come.

Lara Thomas

University of Auckland Art Collection