Multicolor Sculpture(759 items)
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Amazing attention to detail: to call the incredibly minute pin points of paint “daubs” is to overstate their size. Wonderfully imaginative with brilliant color sense.
Brilliant choice of colors and beautiful detailing. These sculptures require incredible dexterity and patience. I now possess three of Manuel Cruz? works.
Serene Madonna and Child
I purchased one for myself and another for my sisters-in-law. Gracefully carved with excellent color choices. I feel a tad guilty as I ve depleted much of Jocara s available inventory!
Juan and Carolina Hand-painted rustic wood sculptures
"Carolina is an incredible woman. I'm so fortunate to have her by my side… She helps me in every way and, together, we make a wonderful team."
Juan and Carolina are a responsible and hardworking couple whose art is more than a way to make a living. The techniques and... read more
Popular Multicolor Sculpture
Talavera-Style Ceramic Figurine of a Mariachi with a Guitar, "Guitar Mariachi"$39.99
By Mexican artisan Juana Ponce, this figurine is crafted from ceramic in the style of Talavera handicrafts. This figurine, part of a series, depicts a Mariachi playing a guitar. Ponce paints the Mariachi with intricate floral motifs using colorful pigments.
Handcrafted Copal Wood Alebrije Cat Figurine from Mexico, "Floral Feline"$69.99
Hand-painted with a beautiful floral design, this figurine depicts a sitting cat. Shades of green, purple, and orange make the figurine a vibrant and cheerful piece of decor. Artisan Teresita Gonzalez of Mexico handcrafts the cat from copal wood. Small parts are separated for shipping to protect from breakage.
Handcrafted Copal Wood Coyote Alebrije Figurine, "Coyote Delight"$54.99
Artisans Jesus and Roxana Hernandez of Mexico handcraft this charming coyote figurine. Painted in colorful shades such as turquoise and chartreuse, the copal wood coyote takes a howling pose. Small parts are separated for shipping to protect from breakage. tradition started with Mexico City papier mache artisan Pedro Linares (1906-1992). When he was 30, he fell into a coma due to serious illness. While he was unconscious, he dreamed he was caught between the land of the living and the dead; the place looked like a forest and was populated with creatures with body parts belonging to different animals. The beings repeatedly uttered the word . Upon recovering, Linares recreated these figures in bright colors using papier mache techniques and called them . His work became famous and was one of the main influences of artisans in the state of Oaxaca who began crafting of their own using traditional wood carving methods.
Hand-Painted Alebrije Wood Peacock Sculpture from Mexico, "Colorful Peacock"$23.99
Displaying its colorful feathers, an adorable little peacock is hand-carved of copal wood, fanning its vibrant tail feathers. Mexican duo Zeny and Reyna work in the time-honored tradition of sculptures, decorating the peacock with intricate designs that are painted by hand. Each individual tail feather is removable.