Yellow Sculpture(85 items)
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Beauty and Grace
The butterfly is skillfully carved, so lovely and you can place the butterfly facing however you feel it looks best upon the base.
Stunning little work of art!
Thank you Mauricio for this stunning little work of art. I had purchased a different little bird for a friend and decided I needed one for myself. I am a Bowling Green Falcon... so this was a perfect choice. Always a joy when my Novica box arrives!
These are absolutely beautiful!
Couldnt be more pleased. The colors are even more beautiful in person. Problem-free purchase. Shipped/received quickly. Would definitely buy again from this seller.
Mauricio Morales Handcrafted and painted ceramic bird sculptures
"I feel so very fortunate to have the family that God has given me. They are my strength."
"She was like my guardian angel," the artisan says. "She took care of me... read more
Popular Yellow Sculpture
Yellow and Green Copal Wood Alebrije Porcupine Sculpture, "Cute Porcupine"$29.99
This cute little porcupine invites you to experience the rich artisanal history of Mexico, crafted of copal wood with maguey plant fiber spines. Mexico's Zeny and Reyna work together to craft this wonderful sculpture, painting it by hand with hues of bright green, yellow, red, and blue for a vibrant look.
2 Indian Painted Polished Wood Elephant Sculpture Set, "Turquoise Beauty"$39.99
Designed by Indian artisan Sajad, this strikingly beautiful pair of elephant sculptures will enhance the decor of any room. Each sculpture is carved from weeping willow wood, covered in papier-mâché, and buffed to a smooth finish. Oil paints in magnificent hues of turquoise and gold cover each sculpture with a glossy, floral robe.
Mexico Oaxaca Folk Art Alebrije Mystical Cat Sculpture, "Cat of the Sun"$479.99
The sun illuminates a mysterious yellow cat, while sunflowers and hummingbirds decorate its body. Invoking the power of Old Sol, Zeny and Reyna transform found pieces of copal wood into an exquisite These fanciful sculptures are a traditional folk art in Oaxaca, once based on twenty totems but today representing all kinds of animals. They take their name from a Caló gypsy word for "something difficult, tangled, confusing or fantastic."
Because each alebrije is individually created work of folk art, shapes will vary slightly.