East Meets West Sculpture(184 items)
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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!
By Sharee Lee
My piece arrived timely and safely! It is even more beautiful than the pictures I ordered from~ the work on this piece is detailed and perfect! I will be following this artist and, hope to purchase again as I save fora special piece. Thank you again for allowing me to purchase and follow your pag! Humbly and Respectfully, Sharee Lee HarmonPeterson Gresham, Oregon USA
I love this owl! Larger than I thought and excellent antiquing. I do prefer it over the two small pidgeons which I thought the antiquing was not as well done and decided to return them. Smaller than I thought as well. But they do give you dimensions! I was pleasantly surprised, however, with this owl. I will not be returning It but instead enjoying the art & craftsmanship. Thank you!!
"I always wanted my profession to be related to the field of art."
Popular East Meets West Sculpture
Handcrafted Wood Sculpture, "Indonesian Samurai"$57.99
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 Crafted Celadon Ganesha Statuette from Thailand, "Faithful Ganesha"
Lord Ganesha is the Thai of success. Devas are heavenly beings that often visit earth to help and protect humanity or serve as messengers for the gods.
The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha is revered in the Hindu pantheon as the god of auspiciousness. He is portrayed with the head of an elephant, one tusk and four hands. Thatsanee and Ramphan craft the figure in celadon ceramic with its delightfully crackled glaze.
Hand Carved Wood Dragon Sculpture, "Winged Dragon"$79.95
The recurrent theme of the dragon in Balinese art underscores the legendary animal's divinity in their culture, a motif that has not escaped the artistic eye of Seji Taram. Believed to be the guardian of the gods, this baby suar wood dragon with wings fiercely protects the sanctity of the home.