Dance and Music Wood Sculpture(109 items)
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Featured Reviews on Dance and Music Wood Sculpture
Makes me happy!
Very light weight but well balanced. This is the second one I have bought in the series. Well made and a joy to look at.
Whimsical and creative
These artists are so creative, whimsical, and talented in their carving and their design. I can see they have passion in their work.
I have a Balinese dancer statue I bought from an Antique shop in India years ago. I love it and have enjoyed it for all these years . I saw the Flute Player statue on Novica and fell in love with it . It is absolutely stunning and beyond my expectation . I have Bali as a travel spot on my bucket list and hope to visit the artist some day . Thank you Warindan for this beautiful wood sculpture .
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 Dance and Music Wood Sculpture
Original Ebony Wood Sculpture of African Drummer, "Kpanlogo Drummer"$84.99
Artist Lawrence Kattah of Ghana hand-carves this image of a drummer from ebony wood. is a recreational dance and music form from Ghana. It was first played by the Ga ethnic group, most of whom live in and around the capital city, Accra; but it is now performed and enjoyed throughout the country. The artist details the drum beautifully and captures the fluid gestures of the drummer.
Sterling Silver and Mahogany Wood Dancer Sculpture from Peru, "Marinera Dancer"$269.99
Moving gracefully in her swirling full shirt, a woman performs a traditional Marinera dance. Typically for couples, the Marinera showcases a blend of Hispanic and African cultures, characterized by the use of elaborate clothing. The elegant dancer is hand-carved of mahogany in this exciting sculpture by Fernando Castro. The dancer holds a silver fan in one hand, and her entire outfit is marked by sterling accents.
Wood and Ceramic Day of the Dead Wedding Retablo from Peru, "Dead Wedding"$89.99
Celebrating their marriage, two newlywed skeletons are surrounded by musicians who play joyously. Peruvian artisan Erika Ulloa creates this traditional bringing the spirit of Day of the Dead to your home decor. Each figurine is diligently crafted by hand from ceramic. The scene is displayed within a wood box that features hand-painted floral motifs.