Nature Sculpture(267 items)
Welcome to the Nature Sculpture Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Nature Sculpture
I absolutely love this simple sculpture that is so beautifully made. It is the perfect reminder to be mindful and will find a perfect spot in my yoga space.
A Little Piece of Art but BIG Blessings & Charm!
I absolutely love this piece. I set it with some bright candles from Africa & it really pops. Ive received so many compliments on it from family. Ill be purchasing more as gifts.
The artistry in this work is absolutely amazing and the beauty of the wood adds to the overall impression. Love it!
Yudi Suardi Hand-carved wood sculptures
"Benalu was not used in sculptures but only as firewood. But I saw the enormous potential in this wood because of its unique and fascinating shapes — no two pieces are ever identical."
"My father is a wood sculptor. He taught me how to choose good woods, carve and finish them.
"Sadly, the... read more
Popular Nature Sculpture
Eco-Friendly Medium Recycled Flip-Flop Elephant Sculpture, "Elephant"
Working to clean up oceans and waterways, recycle, and employ the local community, Ocean Sole of Kenya creates amazing sculptures from recycled flip-flops. This colorful elephant sculpture is formed and hand-carved from approximately 14 flip-flops, and can take as much as 7 hours to create.
Please note: As recycled materials are used, please expect colors and color placement to vary from one sculpture to the next.
Engraved Dried Gourd Orange Hummingbird Figurine, "Sunset Hummingbirds"$44.99
Small and quick, hummingbirds dart from flower to flower, seeking sweet nectar. The Peruvian Andes are home to more than a hundred species of the tiny creatures. Celebrating their country's natural splendor, the Canto Sisters depict hummingbirds and blossoms on a dried gourd harvested from the yerba mate plant. It is dried and painted before the images are meticulously engraved by hand and given a protective coat of wax.
Cultivated on the Peruvian coast for 6,000 years, mate gourds were decorated with images of birds and fish by the pre-Inca Moche and Chimu peoples. But it was the Inca who went on to use the gourds as cups and bowls, in ceremonial objects and in musical instruments.
Because each unique piece is handcrafted from a natural gourd, please expect slight variations in shape, size and motifs.