New Arrivals : Sculpture(143 items)
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Beautiful and will be cherished!
With the pandemic and being stuck home more I found myself searching for beautiful things to put around my house. This is a gem and will bring me joy every time I look at it. Great craftsmanship and look forward to finding another sculpture from this artist!
I purchased these to go with the large stingray and manta ray and other small stingray that I had already purchased.
Yudi Suardi Hand-carved wood sculptures
"Benalu was not used in sculptures but only as firewood. But I saw the enormous potential in this wood because of its unique and fascinating shapes — no two pieces are ever identical."
"My father is a wood sculptor. He taught me how to choose good woods, carve and finish them.
"Sadly, the... read more
Popular New Arrivals : Sculpture
Hand Crafted Benalu Wood Octopus Sculpture, "Friendly Octopus"$47.99
An elegant octopus swims gracefully through the ocean in this captivating sculpture from Bali's Yudi Suardi. Hand carved in natural benalu wood, the sculpture includes a naturally flat bottom. Please note the sculpture may vary in shape and size, as the artisan uses found benalu wood pieces to create this sculpture.
Artisan Crafted Catrin and Catrina Sculpture, "Catrin Serenade"$97.99
A handsome serenades his elegantly-clad sweetheart in this wonderful sculpture from Mexico's Jorge Escamilla. The sculpture, modeled after José Guadalupe Posada's "La Calavera Catrina", is crafted from ceramic and wire and carefully painted by hand.
The original "La Calavera Catrina" was a zinc etching created by the artist José Guadalupe Posada in Mexico around 1910. Posada created the character, a female skeleton with an elegant hat, as a satirical portrait to lampoon Mexican natives who aspired to European style and denied their own heritage. The catrina has since become an emblem of Mexico's Day of the Dead celebration and a popular folk art subject.
Hand Painted Ceramic Catrina Statuette, "La Catrina Maria"$144.99
Artisan Luis Morales of Mexico crafts a charming ceramic Catrina to grace your mantel or shelf. Formed by hand from clay, her homely ensemble is carefully painted in blue and orange with an ivory apron and black shawl. Her hair is braided and she carries a basket of lilies on her back. The elegant figure is based on a satirical etching created by Mexican artist José Guadalupe Posada around 1910-1913. With his etching, Posada poked fun at those Mexican natives who tried to emulate the fashion and habits of the European aristocracy. Today, has become the instantly recognizable icon of Día de los Muertos (Mexico's Day of the Dead).
Hand Crafted Brass Goddess Sculpture from Thailand, "Merciful Goddess"$439.99
The goddess Guanyin stands in 'thousand arms pose' with a dragon in this captivating sculpture designed by Thailand's Ning Charoensri. In Chinese Buddhism, Guanyin is the goddess of mercy and considered to be the physical embodiment of compassion. Crafted from brass, the sculpture is treated with an antique finish that gives the sculpture a timeless golden hue.
Metal Artisan, Alejando de Esesarte Alejandro de Esesarte remembers the day he mistakenly walked down the... read more
Beautiful Bali Silence reigns supreme on the sacred Hindu holiday of Nyepi. The streets of Bali empty out... read more
The presents have been opened. The meal has been eaten. The sun has set on the holidays, and on a particularly... read more
Our mid-teen years are some of the most important and exciting of our lives. For girls, it's within these... read more
There is no right or wrong way to decorate a home. Our homes are a reflection of who we are; therefore, they... read more