Yellow Sculpture(84 items)
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It will be a nice addition to a penguin collection
I bought this penguin for my brother for his birthday next month. I received it today and opened it. It is beautiful and it will be a nice addition to his penguin knick-knack collection.
This jaguar is approachable with a sweetly curious expression. An example of Jose Canil Ramos varied talent.
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
Santa Penguin Hand Painted Bamboo Root Statuette, "Penguin Santa"$34.99
Perhaps if Santa hailed from the South Pole, he would take the form of a penguin. This jolly wannabe has donned the colors and spirit of the season in this naturally shaped bamboo root and acacia wood figure. Hand-painted details--right down to his belt buckle--make for a convincing imposter, while the red hat and polyester "fur" trim complete the ensemble.
Hand Sculpted and Painted Ceramic African Penguin Figurine, "African Penguin"
This ceramic figurine of the African penguin looks up from a rest from his waddles. Guatemalan artisan Mauricio Morales hand sculpts and hand paints this lovely bird with meticulous detail to capture the species' likeness.
Gemstone Butterfly Sculpture in Honey Calcite and Amethyst, "Honeyed Butterfly"$49.95
From the artisans of Joias do Rio, this petite sculpture is crafted of Brazilian gemstones. A butterfly flaunts luminous wings of honey calcite. The ethereal creature alights upon an amethyst crystal, and its brass body can be pivoted to face any direction.
Wood Alebrije Tree Frog Sculpture from Mexico, "Lithe Tree Frog"
Working in the folk art style of sculptures, Mexican duo Pablo and Lucy Mendez create this striking addition to your home decor. Carved of copal wood and painted by hand with dot motifs in fiery tones of red, yellow, and orange, a lithe tree frog splays its limbs.
Alebrijes are a fairly recent Mexican art form, attributed to Pedro Linares. Unconscious due to illness in 1936, he was presumed near death and yet his dreams were extremely vivid. He tells of a place where all was peaceful and quiet until all of a sudden there appeared a lion with an eagle's head, a rooster with bull's horns and a donkey with butterfly wings. They kept screeching "alebrije, alebrije!" and Pedro began running away. He encountered a man who told him it was not yet his time to be there are and he should continue running towards the exit. In this dream Pedro climbed out of a window and regained consciousness.