Spiritual Sculpture(115 items)
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Charming bronze Buddha
This is so well crafted and charming from the pose of the piece, to the Verde green finish with Gold touches. It is a very endearing piece that is so nicely done. I like it so much that I have it on my desk so I can see it daily.
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 Spiritual Sculpture
Small Bronze Buddha Figurines (Set of 3), "Buddha Blessings"$77.99
Three diminutive monks all bear the visage of the Balinese Buddha in this charming figurine set by Adi Noviantara of Bali. The three small statuettes are crafted of bronze, each with a different-colored robe. Each figure has their hands held in a different mudra. The mudra, used as a greeting or salutation; the mudra, a gesture of deep meditation or concentration; and the mudra, symbolic of protection and peace.
Handcrafted Balinese Bronze Meditating Buddha Figurine, "Buddha's Enlightenment"$49.99
Add a peaceful accent to your home decor with wonderfully calming figurine from Adi Noviantara. Sitting in a single lotus position with beads around his neck, Buddha bows his head in deep meditation, hands pressed tightly together. An attractive distressed finish completes the lovely figurine.
Hand Crafted Balinese Suar Wood Buddha Meditation Statuette, "Serenity Buddha"$149.99
This beautiful statuette by Balinese artisan Wayan Rendah shows Buddha in a deep state of meditation. Hand crafted from native suar wood, the intricate detailing of Buddha's hair, face, and clothing is truly exquisite. The pose in which Buddha sits is traditionally known as , where his right hand represents enlightenment, and the left is the illusory nature of existence.