Resin Sculpture(49 items)
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Urubatan Bronze sculptures
"In my work it is common to find a representation of all those who reign in nature. I mix the rational, with the animal, with the vegetal."
Popular Resin Sculpture
Hand-Painted Baby Elephant Figurine from Mexico, "Cute Eco Elephant"$39.99
By Beatriz and Anthony, this little baby elephant figurine combines traditional Mexican folk art with a concern for the environment. Crafted from a biodegradable polymer using innovative 3D printing technologies, the baby elephant features intricate hand-painted designs in a predominantly purple palette.
Green Mask Sculpture with Wood Stand, "Olmec Mortuary Mask"$79.99
Elisa Camarena molds a green mortuary mask with distinct Olmec stylizations. Dating back to 1500, the Olmeca is regarded as the first major civilization in Mexico and their art work is renowned for enormous heads. This green sculpture includes a pinewood base.
Aztec Calendar, "Mexica Sun Stone"$19.99
Elisa Camarena recreates the elaborate stone sculpture known as the "Aztec Calendar" or "Sun Stone." Discovered in Mexico City, the original massive stone is on display in the National Museum of Anthropology and History. The Aztecs (or Mexica, as they called themselves) believed that the sun struggled daily against the forces of darkness. They aided the sun through human sacrifices.
The artisan presents the sculpture on a pinewood base.
Aztec Dog Sculpture with Stand, "Xoloitzcuintle"$64.99
Elisa Camarena sculpts the image of a dog sitting tight with its head turned upward. In pre-Hispanic Mexico, the dog was believed to accompany its master in death, to aid the soul in crossing rivers of blood along the road of the dead. Camarena achieves the rugged porous textures of a rock carving with this vivid depiction. The signed piece stands on a pinewood base.