Culture Sculpture(515 items)
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this lil creature has brought me joy
The details of this lil beastie are intricate the colors go with everything. I really get so much joy from this, I thank the artists for their vision.
I am in love with this piece, it is so very beautiful. From the moment I opened it I fell in love. Beautifully made and something I will cherish.
“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 Culture 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.
Handcrafted Wood Sculpture, "Indonesian Samurai"$59.99
Brave and fearless, an Indonesian samurai delivers a frontal cut with his sword. Carved by hand, the suar wood sculpture is designed by Luh Mas Sri Pertamiari. It captures the elegance and strength of this legendary warrior.
The katana can be disassembled.
Hand-Painted Alebrije Wood Peacock Sculpture from Mexico, "Colorful Peacock"$25.99
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.
Green Hummingbird Alebrije Sculpture Crafted by Hand, "Green Hummingbird"$54.99
A playful hummingbird seeks out the sweet nectar of flowers in an sculpture designed to hang from the ceiling. Zeny and Reyna transform found pieces of copal wood into a delightful . 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 Calo 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.