Dog Sculpture(70 items)
Welcome to the Dog Sculpture Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Dog Sculpture
My second Nengah Sudarsana purchase ,My second Nengah Sudarsana purchase
I think Nengahs sleeping sculptures are ideal for memorializing pets. I painted this one to look like my Beagle who passed away. I wish there was a way to show the artist what I did with his piece, and how much I appreciate it. These are beautiful carvings with a great attention to detail. Thank you!,I think Nengahs sleeping sculptures are ideal for memorializing pets. I painted this one to look like my Beagle who passed away. I wish there was a way to show the artist what I did with his piece, and how much I appreciate it. These are beautiful carvings with a great attention to detail. Thank you!
This piece of art is perfect and amazing! I couldnt have asked for anything better on it. The detail, structure and colors are perfect! I love it.
Nengah Sudarsana Hand-carved wood art
"From an early age I loved natural things – plants, animals, birds or sea life… I particularly want to create wildlife and other animal themes in an exact, realistic and original way…."
Popular Dog Sculpture
Artisan Handcrafted Suar Wood Dog Sculpture from Bali, "Loyal Dog"
A doe-eyed dog sits patiently atop any shelf or tabletop. Hand-carved of Balinese suar wood, this naturally-finished sculpture makes the perfect best friend to your home decor. Made Wirata works with local artisans to present this signed sculpture.
Meditating Beagle Wood Sculpture from Bali, "Praying Beagle"
In a state of perfect relaxation, with legs folded in a lotus position, a handsome black and white beagle meditates. Nengah Sudarsana in Bali carves the sculpture by hand from native suar wood and paints it in wonderful detail. The sculpture makes a charming and witty home accent for the yoga aficionado or Zen master.
Rustic Sculpture of Saint Francis with a Quetzal Bird, "Saint Francis with a Quetzal"
Birds alight on Saint Francis, the venerable monk, and a spotted dogs sits loyally at his knee. Symbol of Guatemala, a splendid green quetzal bird nestles on his arm. Jose Canil Ramos carves a charming portrait of the Founder of the Franciscan order. Francis of Assisi believed in the brotherhood of all of God's creation. It is said that he once preached to hundreds of birds about being thankful to God for their wonderful clothes, for their independence, and for God's care. The birds stood still as the saint walked among him, flying off only when he said they could leave.
The arm and bird are removable to protect them during shipping.
Because each work of art is individually carved and painted by hand, no two will ever be identical.