Hinduism Sculpture(112 items)
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Shiva on Lotus
This is truly a remarkable piece! The intricate details are amazing! There is so much care that has gone into this piece! I would order from this artist again without hesitation. The thank you card is an added bonus. Novica is a wonderful company to deal with. This piece arrived from Bali to Canada in less than a week. It was very well packaged.
I am so thrilled with my Lord Ganesha.
I received my Lord Ganesha today. The attention to detail is the reason that I buy so many gifts from Novica.com. Devender Garg my condolences on the loss of your brother. This happy Ganesha is a happy birthday present for myself. Thank you Devender for carrying on your brothers legacy.
Wow! This sculpture is Awesome!
I bought this sculpture to sit on my bedroom dresser because what better place to celebrate the ultimate Love of the Ages epitomized by Rama & Sita? And, while the pictures on the Novica site are accurate, theres somehow no comparison to how amazingly awesome this sculpture is up close & personal. The presence of this sculpture comes across like a quad-shot of cosmic esspresso! The carving is exquisite, kind of jaw-droppingly so. As a trained artist & craftsperson, myself, I am humbled in its presence. Dearest Nyoman Subrata, though this is not the first beautiful carving of yours I own, & though each one is treasured, your Rama & Sita sculpture has now become one of the crown jewels in my collection of sacred art. Thank you so much for sharing your gifts with me, for adding to the beauty of my home, & for the sublime awe I experience in the presence of your creations.
Wayan Rendah Wood sculptures
The artistry of Wayan Rendah has been featured in numerous periodicals, including Sunset magazine. "It gives me great pleasure when one of my statues inspires somebody," the artist says.
"I was born in Bali on June 17, 1973. I am the oldest of seven children, in a family consisting of four brothers and three sisters. I started to learn to sculpt at the age of eight when I was still in primary school, learning... read more
Popular Hinduism Sculpture
Handcarved Wood Signed Hand Sculpture Catchall, "Thankfulness"
With palm facing the heavens, a human hand expresses both praise and gratitude. Balinese artisan Wayan Rendah masterfully carves the signature sculpture from jempini wood and paints it black. The sculpture may also be used as a handsome catchall for desk or dresser.
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 Balinese Acacia Wood Buddha Sculpture, "Buddha of Prosperity"
With a broad smile, a laughing Buddha drags a sack heavy with coins and Chinese gold ingots. The Laughing Buddha represents prosperity, happiness and longevity. Balinese people also believe that rubbing his belly will bring good luck and prosperity. Wonderfully carved by hand, this acacia wood sculpture is the work of Made Mulyani.
Intricate Brass Sculpture of Lord Rama in Gold and Black, "Rama the Archer"
An expert archer, Rama holds a hunting bow. Ning Charoensri depicts the beloved Hindu lord in a gleaming brass sculpture with sleek black details. The Thai artist masterfully creates intricate details in his headdress and clothing, and gives the image an antique look.
As the first son, Rama was heir to the kingdom of Ayodya. But the king's second wife, through treachery, forced him to crown her own son as king, and asked him to exile Rama and his wife Sita. Accompanied by his brother Laksmana, they journeyed into a forest. The story comes from the Sanskrit Ramayana, or "Romance of Rama," the shorter of the Hindu tradition's two most famed epic poems.