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Wood sculpture, 'Twin Owls'
Fascinating in its beauty, the rich grain of Balinese sono wood heightens the beauty of this sculpture. Pande Made Anom carves a pair of owls, realistically capturing their alert splendor. The elegant signature piece carries his heartfelt wish for wildlife conservation.
Wood statuette, 'Proud Stag'
Lifting his head with pride, a deer shows off his magnificent antlers. Nyoman Karsa sculpts the mature stag in exquisite detail as strength courses through the tense creature. Dictated by the wood itself, the figure seems to breathe as it pauses in an ephemeral moment in time.
Wood sculpture, 'Eagle Pride'
Elegantly poised, an eagle surveys the world about him with intent eyes while its stance exudes strength and pride. Pande Made Anom carves an extraordinarily vivid sculpture from hibiscus wood, its two-toned grain adding a dimension of enigma to the piece. Detailed to exact perfection, this hand-carved masterpiece evidences Anom's artistic intuition.
Wood candleholders, 'Starlight' (set of 3)
Carved in graduated sizes, three mango wood circles can nest together. Monrudee Tossa carves the set from mango wood with a smooth, dark finish and twinkling stars. Each holds a single tea light (included).
Mango wood vase, 'Golden Beehive'
Saifon creates a vase of singular beauty, its unique form reminiscent of a beehive. She carves the piece by hand from mango wood with outstanding precision, adding golden accents in dramatic patterns.
Wood statuette, 'Serpent Guardian'
Hissing a warning, a serpent rises from tight coils in a gesture of protection. Wayan Rendah recreates the rippling texture of snakeskin in a supple work. Carved by hand of suar wood, it realistically captures the powerful contours and reptilian fangs of a proud serpent.
Wood statuettes, 'Bambara Antelopes' (pair)
The noble form of the African antelope is captured in this pair of carvings by George Obeng, representative of the craftsmanship of Sudan's Bambara people. Intricate details seem to direct the curve of the animal's necks, as dagger-like horns extend skywards. This pair, elaborated from fine, local hardwood, is sure to offer a sober elegance to any setting. Obeng is a firm supporter of animal rights and his art serves as a vehicle to express his profound concern for global and local ecology. His work has been exhibited across the world, testifying to the universal resonance of his themes.
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