Wood Sculpture(2,474 items)
Welcome to NOVICA’s Wood Sculpture Collection. The Wood Sculpture was probably the first piece of decorative art created by humans. NOVICA’s wood sculptures follow this tradition with exquisite works by talented local artisans from countries as diverse as Brazil, India, Mexico, Thailand and Ghana.
Featured Reviews on Wood Sculpture
This is a beautiful dragon
I bought this dragon for my boyfriend as a birthday present, he absolutely loved this dragon, the graftmanship is beautiful!
I received this today and Im debating about ordering another one. Just absolutely beautiful. Thank you . I will enjoy it for years
A peaceful addition to my office space. It reminds me to keep calm and collected during these uncertain times.
Wayan Rendah Wood sculptures
The artistry of Wayan Rendah has been featured in numerous periodicals, including Sunset magazine. "It gives me great pleasure when one of my statues inspires somebody," the artist says.
"I was born in Bali on June 17, 1973. I am the oldest of seven children, in a family consisting of four brothers and three sisters. I started to learn to sculpt at the age of eight when I was still in primary school, learning... read more
Popular Wood Sculpture
Bamboo Root and Wood Male Duck Wedding Sculptures (Pair), "Gentlemen's Love"
Celebrating LGBT love, Balinese artisan Susi Susanti creates this matrimonial pair of sculptures. Two male ducks wear dapper suits, carved from natural bamboo root with acacia wood accents and painted by hand. This pair will make an excellent wedding gift.
Hand Carved Peruvian Paso Horse Cedar Wood Sculpture, "Peruvian Walking Horse"$149.99
"This is the renowned Peruvian Paso Horse or Peruvian Walking Horse," Johnny Chamba says. The smooth-gaited breed was declared a Cultural Heritage of the Nation by Peru's Institute of Culture in 1992. Masterfully carving cedar wood, the artisan depicts the horse in a tooled leather saddle and bridle.
Multi Color Hummingbird Alebrije Sculpture Crafted by Hand, "Colorful Hummingbird"$54.99
Hovering on whirring wings, a whimsical hummingbird seeks out the sweet nectar of flowers. Zeny and Reyna transform found pieces of copal wood into a delightful painted orange, red, yellow, green, white and black. These fanciful sculptures are a traditional folk art in Oaxaca, once based on twenty totems but today representing all kinds of animals. They take their name from a Caló gypsy word for "something difficult, tangled, confusing or fantastic."
Includes a thread for hanging.
Because each alebrije is individually created work of folk art, shapes will vary slightly.
Sculpture can literally add a whole new dimension to your life. Three-dimensional sculpture has played an... read more
Above almost all materials that people use to build with, wood surpasses them all. You do hear about various... read more
With Christmas quickly approaching, I turn to Novica, a well known site that connects artisans from around the... read more