Male Form Sculpture(66 items)
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This is a very unique sculpture :)
I purchased this artwork as a gift for my brother and it is so lovely I?m tempted to purchase another for myself! The artisan is creative and displays fine craftsmanship.
Striking handsome statue
Very masculine piece, beautifully finished. Its posture conveys an impression of strength, prowess and resilience, which I expect would have been the tribal intent of these sort of pieces. Will be treasured, thanks
Very beautiful! Much bigger than I anticipated, which is very good. This young man fits perfectly in my living room with wood carvings of elephants, giraffs, plants, etc. I am really happy to have this work of art in my home. Thank you Mr. Rendah.
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'm 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 from... read more
Popular Male Form Sculpture
Wood Sculpture of Javanese Yogi Man, "Orang Malu"$84.99
This unique suar wood sculpture of a yogi from Wayan Rendah is called , which translates to "shy man". The figure is from a Javanese legend about a yogi who was ashamed of all the pain and suffering in the world. He chose a life of meditation in this unusual position to take away the grief and sorrow from mankind. Within the pose, if you view it from the front, you will see a smiling face. When viewed from the back, the figure has the appearance of a human heart; source of life and energy. From the side, the folded arms take the shape of a fetus; a symbol of new life and purity. It is believed that the figure is a source of strength to all those who rub his back.
Two Handcrafted Chancay Ceramic Replica Sculptures from Peru, "Chancay Nobility"$49.99
Inspired by the ancient Chancay culture of South America, Peruvian artisan Walter Jose Acosta presents this fascinating pair of sculptures. Intended as replicas, the sculptures depict a nude male and female, representing the sacred duality of human life. Each sculpture is painted with grey designs.
Yaqui Deer Dancer Ceramic Sculpture from Mexico, "Yaqui Dance of the Deer"$69.99
With quick, lithe footsteps, a dancer invokes the spirit of the deer. This dance evolved among the Yaqui people in Northern Mexico. Artisans from the Angel Cerón Artisan Association depict the dancer in ceramic. "The Dance of the Deer is a religious tradition and the most important element in Yaqui folklore," the Mexican artisans say. "It is a colorful and dramatic representation, characteristic of the state of Sonora."
Mexican Handcrafted Recycled Auto Parts Farm Sculpture, "Mechanical Farmer"$44.99
Holding a pitchfork, a farmer gazes at his property with satisfaction. A plump hen and a portly pig accompany the man in this sculpture by Armando Ramirez. He crafts the figures from an amazing assortment of recycled metal and automobile parts. Sheet metal, a spark plug, washer, die cut scraps and wire all find a new life in this unique sculpture.
The artisan does not give his sculptures a fine polished finish, therefore smudges and scratches may be present.