Mexican Sculpture(728 items)
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Featured Reviews on Mexican Sculpture
I have ordered many of his pieces in the past. This one was much larger than I expected with great details, even down to individual petals.
I absolutely love this colorful rabbit. It is beautifully carved by the artist. I have it prominently displayed in our family room where it is admired. I would highly recommend this carving to others.
Art at its Best
I purchased this magnificent piece of art for my brother-in-law who is a drummer and music instructor. He actually loves it. This was the second piece of art I purchased by this Artisan, and since then have purchased several more for other family members and friends.
Armando Ramirez Recycled metal sculptures
"As a child I enjoyed inventing toys, and soon yearned to create a unique style of art. Environmentally enamored, I now transform recycled goods."
I've been working with you now since 2002 and I consider you as part of my own family. I had the privilege of having one of your directors explain the project to me.
When I first set up my workshop, sales were slow. But every one of you showed me an... read more
Popular Mexican Sculpture
Hand-Painted Butterfly Ceramic Sculpture from Mexico, "Monarch World"
Exploring a world of calla lilies and vibrant circular flowers, beautiful monarch butterflies are depicted in this traditional "tree of life" sculpture by Mexican artisan Javier Ramirez. He diligently crafts each figurine from ceramic and paints it by hand, assembled by steel wire.
Not intended for use with candles.
Rustic Auto Parts Sculpture of Infusion Nurse, "Rustic Infusion Nurse"
In an homage to dedicated healthcare workers everywhere, Armando Ramirez creates this unique rustic sculpture of an infusion nurse with a patient. The sculpture is crafted from recycled auto parts and scrap metal including metal rods, bolts and nuts.
Handcrafted Copal Wood Alebrije Turtle Figurine, "Exquisite Turtle"
Exquisitely decorated with the detailed motifs that distinguish artwork, this turtle is painted blue-violet with colorful accents on its shell. Mexican artisans Jesus and Roxana Hernandez handcraft the cheerful figurine from copal wood.
Ceramic Catrina Figurine Handmade in Mexico, "Catrina in Turquoise"
This marvelous original statuette is from Mexico's Rita Sandoval, who has a passion for her ancestral culture. She designs the figurine after the original "La Calavera Catrina", a zinc etching created by the artist José Guadalupe Posada in Mexico around 1910. Posada created the character, a female skeleton with an elegant hat, as a satirical portrait of Mexican natives who aspired to European style and denied their own heritage. The catrina has since become an emblem of Mexico's Day of the Dead celebration and a popular folk art subject. Sandoval creates the elegant figure in ceramic, with a gown of turquoise trimmed with flowers. A wide-brimmed hat and parasol complete her ensemble.
The holidays are here and as shocking as it seems Christmas is just around the corner. I'm not one to wait... read more
Although I am not of Hispanic decent, I have always had a fascination with Dia De Los Muertos, otherwise known... read more