Peruvian Sculpture(675 items)
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This sculpture was given as a gift. The recipient loves the meaning behind this sculpture and has it displayed in her studio.
“I am a perfectionist, so I prefer to look for the perfect wood type and take great care with each detail. I want to make something that is different than what you might usually see...."
John has always enjoyed woodwork; he learned the craft from... read more
Popular Peruvian Sculpture
Dance-Themed Wood Sculpture Crafted in Peru, "Marinera Couple"$97.99
In homage of the traditional dance of Peru, John Barrow designs this awe-inspiring sculpture. Wearing bright red clothing, a man and a woman dance together. The woman performs an elaborate gesture with the folds of her dress while the man waves a handkerchief. This sculpture is crafted from different pieces of wood that are each carved by hand and assembled like a puzzle.
Colorful Wood Cat Sculpture Crafted in Peru, "Parisian Cat"$69.99
For a charming and whimsical addition to your home decor, this sculpture from Peru depicts a Parisian cat. The cat wears a beret and striped scarf as it holds a glass of wine and smiles. John Barrow designs this impressive sculpture, which is crafted of several colorful wood pieces that are each carved by hand and assembled like a puzzle.
Onyx Obelisk Jasper Serpentine Sculpture Multicolor Peru, "Peruvian Prosperity"$36.95
Peruvian artist Cesar Gonzales combines five natural gemstones to create this stunning obelisk statuette. With aragonite and serpentine for health and energy, onyx and jasper for protection and serenity, and celestine to increase perception and bring consciousness of thecelestial world, this work of art brings peace and prosperity to the home.
Artisan Crafted Fine Mahogany and Cedar Wood Tree Sculpture, "Tree of Life"$64.99
"I made this sculpture as a tribute to life," confides John Barrow. "The different colors represent the joy of life, of feeling, and of having hope for the future. Its optimism is contagious." Barrow crafts the sculpture with hand-carved segments of cedar, mahogany and ishpingo woods. He stains the woods with colorful natural dyes.