Peruvian Dance and Music(77 items)
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BEAUTIFUL, CERAMIC ANGELS
I am so happy with my purchase of these 2 angels. They are so well made, great expressions on their faces. Thanks Novica for prompt shipping and great packaging.
The details in this peice are magnificent. It is so whimsical. Love the colorful masks. Thank you for making such great art., Ulloa.
I will cherish this item. I just love Peruvian folk music and keep watching it on YouTube. this retablo is so much giving the accent of music and movement. I just love it
“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 Dance and Music
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.
Mahogany and Cedar Dance and Music Wood Sculpture, "Scissors Dancer"$64.99
The excitement of the (scissors dance) permeates this beautiful sculpture. Dressed in vivid colors, competing participants execute contortionist-like maneuvers while holding a pair of scissors in the right hand. John Barrow depicts the dancer in native Andean woods. The statuette receives its colors from wood stains and gilt to form part of a series called "Folklore."
Wood and Ceramic Day of the Dead Music Retablo from Peru, "Musical Caravan"$99.99
Playing music on their and drinking liquor, a group of skeletons adds the spirit of Day of the Dead to your home decor. Erika Ulloa deisngs this traditional crafting each of the figurines by hand from ceramic. The scene is displayed within a wood box, featuring floral motifs in relief that are painted by hand. The doors swing open to reveal the festive scene.
Two Handcrafted Ceramic Andean Angel Musician Figurines, "Angelic Andean Melodies"
Angels lift heavenly voices in music and song, their celestial concert set in the Andes. Wearing a warm hat with earflaps, the taller musician plays a flute. The smaller angel plays a guitar as they create melodies with Latin rhythms in this set by the Mamani Family.