Sculptures are the 3D structures of any imaginative or real Human/creature as well. Which is made to show the exact copy of a real person or imagination. Idols to be used in ISKCON.
Sculpture are one of the oldest forms of artistic expression, has captivated and inspired people for centuries. From the classical masterpieces of ancient Greece to the contemporary works gracing public spaces today.
In this article, we explore the rich history and types of Sculptures..
The History of Sculpture:
The origins of sculpture can be traced back to pre-historic times when early humans carved figurines from stone, bone, and wood. These early creations served both practical and symbolic purposes, ranging from fertility symbols to ritualistic objects.
Sculpture Materials and Techniques:
Sculptors employ a wide range of materials, including stone, wood, metal, clay, and even unconventional materials like recycled objects. The choice of material often influences the final appearance and texture of the sculpture, adding another layer of artistic expression.
The techniques employed by sculptors are equally diverse. Traditional carving, modeling, and casting methods are still widely used, but modern technology has introduced innovative methods such as 3D printing and digital sculpting. These advancements have expanded the possibilities for artists, allowing them to push the boundaries of form and concept.
Diverse Styles and Movements:
Sculpture encompasses a vast array of styles and movements, reflecting the diversity of human experiences and perspectives. From the classical beauty of ancient sculptures.
Abstract sculpture, characterized by non-representational forms, challenges viewers to engage with the artwork on a more visceral and emotional level. Surrealist sculptures, on the other hand, often defy conventional logic, inviting viewers to explore the realms of the subconscious.
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1. Nrsimhadev Face Murti
Dimensions of this Face Murti is In Inches- 4.5″X2.5″X6″ , which is Skillfully crafted from durable and colorful Resins.Superb Detailing And Hand-Painted Accents Really Bring Article To Life!
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- Ideal for festive occasions, Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, and gifting.
- Adorn the walls of living rooms, pooja rooms, or hallways.
- Don’t wash, use dry/wet cotton cloth to remove dirt.
. 2. Srila Prabhupada Bust (Statue)
Srila Prabhupada Bust can be a symbol of good luck and prosperity and may help attract positive energy and good fortune into your home.
- A Srila Prabhupada Bust can be used as a focal point for meditation, providing a sense of calm and relaxation in the space where it is located
- The material of the statue can also be significant, with some people preferring traditional materials such as polyresin, while others opt for modern materials like resin.
3. Srila Prabhupada’s Lotus Feet Antique.
Srila Prabhupada’s Lotus Feet by ABHAY Handicrafts is an expression of Srila Praphupada’s lotus feet marked in casting resin, a relief stone with ornaments around it. Engraved with “The Lotus Feet of the Pure Devotee of Krishna. Founder-Acharya of International Society for Krishna Consciousness His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
We can place it in the temple room or in the drawing room or office.