Owl Sculpture(76 items)
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Gave this to my daughter-in-law for Christmas because she collects owls. Came gift wrapped so I didn t get to see it until she opened in and it did not disappoint! Very detailed gemstone sculpture that is just beautiful.
I used to have an owl that would sit in a branch on my dogwood tree. So I just had to have the owl for myself.
A wonderful pair - perfct for gift giving!
Thank you Eka for these fine Brother Owls (or sister owls). Such beautiful details. I bought them to share with a friend. I let her have first choice which one she wanted. Mine will be a gift for myself for Christmas. I will definitely watch for more listings from Eka.
Maria Astuhuaman Andean mate gourd art with applications of silver
"My family motivates me to continue. I want to see my children happy. It's exciting to share the artistic wealth of my country and our ancestral legacy."
"I consider myself a persistent and, above all, a... read more
Popular Owl Sculpture
Hand Carved Wood Owl Sculpture, "Silent Owl"$39.99
Sometimes called "parasite wood", benalu wood is a parasitic plant that feeds off the sap of a chinaberry host tree. Their unusual formations lend themselves to wonderful sculptures like this wide-eyed owl from Yudi Suardi. The artisan carves the sculpture by hand in beautiful detail. As natural, found wood pieces are used, please expect variations in the size and shape of the sculpture.
Jempinis Wood Owl Sculpture from Bali, "Perched Owl"$27.99
Perched atop a fragment of naturally sourced benalu wood, a watchful owl is depicted in this stunning sculpture from Bali. Yudi Suardi creates this sculpture, diligently hand-carving the owl from jempinis wood. This sculpture is displayed atop a round base.
Handcrafted Copal Wood Alebrije Owl Figurine from Mexico, "Owl Delight"$44.99
Painted in shades such as turquoise, russet, and pastel pink, this charming owl figurine is sure to brighten up any room with its happy design. Artisans Jesus and Roxana Hernandez handcraft the owl from copal wood, decorating it with the detailed motifs that give alebrijes their distinctive appearance. 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.