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Style: Folk Art
Willitts Designs International The Drummer Cast Resin Sculpture, Signed
Located in Plainview, NY
An exceptional drummer sculpture by Willitts Designs International and Shen Lung. The sculpture is cold painted and made of hand cast resin. The drummer sculpture shows an african A...
Category

Early 2000s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Marble

Willitts Designs International Gold Lady Jazz Singer Sculpture
Located in Plainview, NY
An impressive lady in gold jazz singer sculpture by Willitts Designs International and Shen Lung. The sculpture is cold painted and made of hand cast resin. The singer is wearing gol...
Category

Early 2000s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Paint

Home Sweet Home, outsider artist etched copper, paint, diamonds in bronze frame
Located in Toronto, Ontario
HOME SWEET HOME by Rocky Dobey is a hand-inscribed copper sheet with cut diamonds, black asphaltum and fired porcelain paint. It measures 36 x 24", and framed in bronze it measures 37 x 25”. Part of the "Home" series of recent works, Home Sweet Home features a darkly shimmering chandelier...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Copper, Bronze

Medusa, outsider artist etches copper, paint, cut diamonds, ink, aluminum frame
Located in Toronto, Ontario
MEDUSA by Rocky Dobey is a hand-inscribed copper sheet with cut diamonds, blue machinist ink and fired porcelain paint. It measures 36 x 48", and framed in aluminum it measures 37 x 49”. It features some of the artist’s notable motifs – a monstrous brick wall with crenelated and flaming towers, inlaid with sparkles of diamond and glass, sword-like flames. New for the artist are the twisting, turning bodies of which there are at least eight. The deep blue background of machinist ink coating the copper provides a momentous, mythological night sky. For over 40 years, outsider artist Rocky Dobey has been producing intaglio prints, etched metal plaques, engraved copper sheets and site-specific public sculptures. Working anonymously for the first two decades, his work has drawn attention to social and political issues like prison and justice reform, neighborhood gentrification, globalization, indigenous sovereignty, drug rehabilitation and homelessness. With striking imagery of demonic towers toppled in flames, horrific machines and cryptic symbols of oppression, Rocky's work soon became a recognized and sought-after stamp of organized resistance. Several of his prints are held in collections, particularly the “Carnival Against Capitalism” poster he produced for the 2001 Quebec City protests against the Free Trade Area of the Americas. Rocky’s poster...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Copper

Welcome Home, outsider artist etched copper, paint, diamonds in aluminum frame
Located in Toronto, Ontario
WELCOME HOME by Rocky Dobey is a hand-inscribed copper sheet with cut diamonds, black asphaltum and fired porcelain paint. It measures 36 x 32" and is fra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Copper

"Pexto Car, " Mixed-Media Sculpture, 2019
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his miniature car sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Born from a fascination with the soap box derby cars of his youth, eac...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Paper, Mixed Media, Oil, Acrylic

Cairns (blown glass trail table top found object sculpture Chihuly)
Located in Quebec, Quebec
A cairn is an almost ubiquitous symbol of trail finding and communion with nature. This design combines stone and glass in a beautiful tension that’s fitting for almost any home. (...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Vintage Handwoven Tapestry Wool Folk Art Rug Weaving Wall Hanging Olga Fisch
Located in Surfside, FL
Olga Fisch ( American 1901-1990) Hummingbird and Pendant Flower, hand woven and stitched wool and sequins, signed lower right. Dimensions: 58 x 32 in. Olga Fisch was born in Hungar...
Category

20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wool

Hungarian Israeli Tourists Diorama Folk Art Doll Judaica Sculpture Magda Watts
Located in Surfside, FL
Magda Watts (Israeli, b. 1928) Handmade Folk Art Sculpture Old Folks with a newspaper Hand signed to underside, Dimensions: 12"h x 14.5" l x 7.5"d. Mag...
Category

20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Mixed Media, Wood, Fabric

Hungarian Israeli Tourists Diorama Folk Art Doll Judaica Sculpture Magda Watts
Located in Surfside, FL
Magda Watts (Israeli, b.1928) Handmade Folk Art Sculpture Tourists. Hand signed to underside, Dimensions: 12"h x 14.5" l x 7.5"d. Magda Watts, Holocau...
Category

20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Fabric, Mixed Media

Knots (blown glass found object climbing rope wall sculpture Chihuly)
Located in Quebec, Quebec
This piece weaves climbing rope in with glass knots. Each piece is unique and slightly different. The cord is retired climbing rope, given another use by shining in this piece. Rob...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Knots (blown glass table top found object climbing rope sculpture Chihuly)
Located in Quebec, Quebec
This piece weaves climbing rope in with glass knots. Each piece is unique and slightly different. The cord is retired climbing rope, given another use by shining in this piece. Rob...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Swingin Hammer (blown glass nail tool table top found object sculpture Chihuly)
Located in Quebec, Quebec
A piece capturing the movement we all know from working with hammers. This piece is created with found objects and blown glass to capture this moment in time. The hammers and nails vary from piece to piece but the movement is always the same. Robert Burch began working with glass in Atlanta, Georgia while still in high school. After graduating, he worked for the Japanese glassblower, Tadashi Torii for two years. Shortly after, he attended Pilchuck Glass School before deciding to make the jump to the mecca of glass working, Seattle, Washington. It was there that Burch had the honor of working with the renown American glass artist, Martin Blank. In the span of five years, Burch learned many aspects of glass artistry as he worked for Blank. Subsequently, the team collaborated on color design teams for the glass empire company Chihuly Inc. During all these glass adventures, he never stopped shooting photos...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Guatemala. Baila de la Conquista mask. Early 20th century
Located in Firenze, IT
This early 20th century Guatemalan mask, carved in wood and used for the Dance of the Reconquista (Baila de la Conquista) , vividly depicts a European man, presumably Spanish. In go...
Category

Early 20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Intaglio

Hand Carved Painted Wood Folk Art Americana Sculpture Pair American Gothic
Located in Surfside, FL
C. Jeré ( or Curtis Jere) is a metalwork artist of wall sculptures and household accessories. C. Jeré works are made by Artisan House. Curtis Jere is a compound nom de plume of artis...
Category

1980s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Abstract Figure Contemporary Stone Sculpture Small Modern African Signed Earthy
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Drover" is an original yellow & green opal serpentine stone sculpture by Aaron Perkins Chikumbirike, a contemporary Shona stone sculptor. The artist signed the piece. It depicts an ...
Category

Early 2000s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Stone

Whirligig, Moveable Arms (Artist in National Folk Art Museum & Smithsonian)
Located in New Orleans, LA
A delightful hand-carved, one-of-a-kind hand-painted wooden folk art whirligig by Janice Fenimore, whose work is in the collections of both the National Folk Art Museum (New York) an...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood

Jerusalem Wall Hanging Hand Embroidered tapestry Israeli Craft Judaica Folk Art
By Esther BenSimon
Located in Surfside, FL
This is an artistic weaving depicting the old city of Jerusalem. Signed in Hebrew and dated verso. it is all Hand Woven. Esther Bensimon is a native of Argentina. She graduated from ...
Category

1980s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wool, Cotton

'Really Good' Sculpture
Located in Cambridge, ON
David Shrigley is an artist and illustrator best known for his mordantly humorous cartoons. Self-branded as an outsider in the art world, Sh...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Cast Stone

Original Modernist Relief Sculpture by Ron Hitchins
Located in London, GB
A striking and completely unique abstract fibreglass sculpture from the artist's own home. Year: unknown (Ron was active from the mid 1960s to the early 2000s) Colour: Concrete Fram...
Category

1960s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Paint, Board, Fabric, Fiberglass

The blond fox
Located in MAURS, FR
This charming sculpture, created by artist Renate Frotscher in her Cantal-based atelier, captures the whimsy of the beloved Little Prince disguised as a fox. Crafted with meticulous ...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Stoneware, Clay, Glaze, Underglaze

Cutout Shaped Painting
Located in Washington, DC
Important painting by Noche Crist (1909- 2004). Wonderful shaped painting made with cut wood, acrylic paint, plaster and mirror. Noche Crist imbued he...
Category

Late 20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Mirror, Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Wood Carving of Seminole Indian Chief and Wife
Located in Fredericksburg, VA
Leroy Jackson is a very well known World War II veteran artist from Tampa, FL and Louisiana. He specializes in all different types of wood carvings, from a more detailed nature carvi...
Category

Late 20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood

Mid-century Mexican Wood Sculpture Figure
Located in Troy, NY
This beautiful wooden figurine depicts a woman in a long robe with a hood covering her head and carrying a sack over her shoulder. The woman in the sculpture could be viewed as a wo...
Category

1960s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood

Contemporary Aluminum Eagle Bird Sculpture Large Unique Metal Americana Folk Art
Located in New York, NY
Contemporary Aluminum Eagle Bird Sculpture Large Unique Metal Americana Folk Art Similar in design to the US Post Office logo from the 1950's. Signed "...
Category

1970s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Useful 200 Thousand Years Ago
Located in Nashville, TN
Ford William is a self-taught folk/outsider artist, who began making art after coming to terms with chronic mental health issues that had plagued him all his life. The piece was made...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Found Objects, House Paint, Acrylic, Graphite

The Superego's a Judge, The Amygdala a Mutineer
Located in Nashville, TN
Ford William is a self-taught folk/outsider artist, who began making art after coming to terms with chronic mental health issues that had plagued him all his life. The piece was made...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Metal

How Will the Freezer Freeze?
Located in Nashville, TN
Ford William is a self-taught folk/outsider artist, who began making art after coming to terms with chronic mental health issues that had plagued him all his life. The piece was made...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Your Feelings are Lava (Flight)
Located in Nashville, TN
Ford William is a self-taught folk/outsider artist, who began making art after coming to terms with chronic mental health issues that had plagued him all his life. The piece was made...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Lizard Brain
Located in Nashville, TN
Ford William is a self-taught folk/outsider artist, who began making art after burning out as a transactional attorney. The piece was made for Ford's solo art show, FIGHT FLIGHT F...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Found Objects, House Paint, Acrylic

Wood Wall Sculpture: "Abutilon”
Located in New York, NY
Eiferman invite’s you to immerse yourself in a world where transformed shapes, lines, and colors are all crafted out of nature's detritus. The inspiration for her drawings come from ...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Mixed Media

Large Wood Wall Sculpture: "47v"
Located in New York, NY
Eiferman invite’s you to immerse yourself in a world where transformed shapes, lines, and colors are all crafted out of nature's detritus. The inspiration for her drawings come from ...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Mixed Media

Sculpture of a tree: '5r'
Located in New York, NY
Eiferman invite’s you to immerse yourself in a world where transformed shapes, lines, and colors are all crafted out of nature's detritus. The inspiration for her drawings come from ...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Mixed Media

Green Ballerina (Circus, Whimsical, Viola Frey, Delicate, Playful, Fun, Ringling
Located in Kansas City, MO
Ann Rothman Green Ballerina (Circus, Whimsical, Viola Frey, Delicate, Playful, Fun, Cirque du Soleil, The Ringling Bros., Barnum & Bailey) 2022 Porcelain, ...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain, Glaze, Crayon, Watercolor

Rare Vintage Israeli Judaica Rabbi Klezmer Violinist Sculpture Frank Meisler Art
Located in Surfside, FL
Rare Vintage unusual piece. In this bronze or metal sculpture by Frank Meisler, the artist depicts a Klezmer violin player The figure seems cartoon-like with exaggerated facial featu...
Category

1960s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Stone, Metal

Clay Sculpture in Pre-Colombian Style Reproduction
Located in Troy, NY
This work is made out of ceramic terracotta and is in a Pre-Columbian style. It is a reproduction of sculptures typically found in the Colima culture in western Mexico. These origina...
Category

1960s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Terracotta

Rare Vintage Israeli Judaica Rabbi Praying Mechanical Sculpture Frank Meisler
Located in Surfside, FL
Rare Vintage unusual piece. In this bronze or metal sculpture by Frank Meisler, the artist recreates a Rabbi at prayer. The figure seems cartoon-like with exaggerated facial features...
Category

1960s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Stone, Metal

Hummingbirds Tree - Mexican Folk Art Cactus Fine Art
Located in Jesus del Monte, MX
Arbol de Colibries - Hummingbirds Tree This Mexican Hummingbirds Tree was made with Copal wood, wood carving technique gouges, machete and sandpap...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood

Haitian Outsider Art Metal Work
By Murat Brierre
Located in Surfside, FL
Murat Brierre or Murat Briere (1938–1988) was one of Haiti's principal metal sculptors. He was influenced by George Liautaud, but his work acquired its own, highly experimental style...
Category

Mid-20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Iron

"Protector One" Folk Art Crow Sculpture
Located in Chicago, IL
Richly textured with whimsical appeal, this late 20th century wooden crow is a delightful example of naive American sculpture. Poised mid-caw, the crow's wings are outstretched, read...
Category

Late 20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Paint

Large Papier Mâché Hippopotamus by Sergio Bustamante
Located in Palm Beach, FL
A very fun and decorative papier mâché hippopotamus by Sergio Bustamante, complete with custom pedestal. Very light and easy to handle, this hippo adds humor and taste to any room. W...
Category

Late 20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Papier Mâché

Bronze Architectural Abstract Theater Model French Contemporary Sculpture
Located in Surfside, FL
Guillaume Couffignal (French b. 1964) Theatre, 2014. Bronze. 19 7/8 x 13 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches. Signed on the base: Couffignal. Beautiful texture and patina. Guillaume Couffignal is a French Postwar & Contemporary self taught, outsider artist who was born in 1964. He works in bronze casting complex, fantastic, architecture models, abstract theater and boat models that look like relics from the past. He learned the art of lost wax casting with a traditional African foundry in Koudougou, Burkina Faso in Africa when he was 23, blessed to find his way so young. He felt the deep alchemy of the process combining the elements of Nature to produce a concept that did not previously exist in our world. He saw the potential of this earth magic. It forces chance and pushes the limits of bronze because each sculpture can never be exactly reproduced. Like the use of clay, this art has a deep connection with the primitive elements of Nature. There is the wind and the sky and the earth and the fire. There are ashes and dust. Here exists a collaboration with the spirit of the Illusionist, an artist in all his unpredictability. But it is not an art of chance. The Illusionist / artist masters the elements of accident and surprise. He is a magician who controls the secrets of his process. In the case of Couffignal, this has to do with the three-dimensional collage of carefully chosen fragments and shapes and with its earth-like textures, carefully perfected over many years of experimentation. Its textures make the materials lie. They have an irregular patina of wear and bad weather. They make bronze itself secondary with this creamy pigmentation of the earth burnt by the sun. The texture then becomes a painting. Couffignal sets the scene for the pure drama of the void. He fills it with memories and voices. This decor is visually minimal, but this very minimalism points to the importance of his other intentions. Its boats are "soul boats" caught between two universes. Its architectural pieces evoke ruins and nevertheless attest to their own existence. Although this process is ancient, and in this case learned from the African tradition, the true testimony of the power of Guillaume Couffignal is that not a single element of his work derives from something existing. As a true iconoclast, he has taken up a traditional language, learned this language, and starting from this language has created a poetry completely unique and unique to him. Randal Morris, 2013. His work is from the tradition of outsider art, art brut, folk art, naïve art, visionary art and intuitive art with a sophisticated subject matter. A kind of symbiosis of jean Dubuffet and Daniel Arsham. Sculptures as forgotten images of a world where the trace always precedes presence. As in the art of raku, ancestral Japanese pottery where the cooking accident and the patina of use - wabi and sabi - testify to an intimate cosmogonic geography. Omnipresent memory of the color and the smell of the earth - mud, noble material which in Africa is used to erect huts, houses, palaces and mosques. Historically and up to the margins of the caravan route, on the borders of the great Arabic Muslim...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Noche Crist Female Nude Sculpture
Located in Washington, DC
Wonderful and one of a kind nude sculpture by Noche Crist (1909-2004). Sculpture is made from polyester resin. Catalogue of a postumous retrospective in 2008 at the American Universi...
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1970s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Resin

Listed American Female Folk Art Layered Constructed Sculptural Oil Painting
Located in Buffalo, NY
Sculptural folk art piece by listed artist Sharon Yavis. This work is constructed by applying layers of wood to create an almost three dimensional effect ...
Category

1980s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Oil

8'' Vasija Multicolor / Ceramic Mexican Folk Art from Mata Ortiz
Located in Jesus del Monte, MX
FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE! Artisan: Martin Olivas Quintana MASTERPIECE Carved polychrome jar decorated with a sgraffito and painted hummingbird, flowers ...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Clay

'The Joyous Farewell into the Future' - quilt - Negro Spirituals - figures
Located in Atlanta, GA
Columbia, South Carolina-based artist, Wendell George Brown creates quilts that explore the traditions of African American quilt-making and Negro Spirit...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Fabric, Acrylic

'Bound for the Promised Land' - quilt - Negro Spiritual - figurative textile
Located in Atlanta, GA
Columbia, South Carolina-based artist, Wendell George Brown creates quilts that explore the traditions of African American quilt-making and Negro Spirit...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Fabric, Acrylic

Mother's First Cousin Returning Home to Georgia After Visiting Us for a Week
Located in Atlanta, GA
Columbia, South Carolina-based artist, Wendell George Brown creates quilts that explore the traditions of African American quilt-making and Negro Spirit...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Fabric, Acrylic

'Swing Low, Sweet Chariot' - quilt - Negro Spirituals - figurative textile
Located in Atlanta, GA
Columbia, South Carolina-based artist, Wendell George Brown creates quilts that explore the traditions of African American quilt-making and Negro Spirit...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Acrylic, Fabric

Does It Look Expensive, outsider artist etched copper, paint, glass, brass frame
Located in Toronto, Ontario
DOES IT LOOK EXPENSIVE by Rocky Dobey is a hand-inscribed copper sheet with cut glass, asphaltum and fired porcelain paint. It measures 24 x 36" and is fr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Brass, Copper

Mid Century Bustamante Garden of Eden Sculpture
Located in Palm Beach, FL
Striking mid century wall sculpture ambitiously crafted in brass and copper with a folky naive style depicting a cast of characters including Adam and Eve and the apple, big cats, gi...
Category

Late 20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Brass, Copper

Large Vintage Chinese Hand Carved Polychrome Wood Geese
Located in Delray Beach, FL
Pair of fabulous large Chinese wood geese. Rare early 20th Century hand carved exotic wood and polychrome, heavy geese sculptures with beautiful earthy...
Category

Early 20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Paint

"Case Runner, " Mixed Media Sculpture, 2022
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Working from found materials, Fitzgerald constructs miniature soap box cars...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wire

God Machine, hand-inscribed copper sheet, black ink
Located in Toronto, Ontario
GOD MACHINE by Rocky Dobey is a hand-inscribed, engraved copper sheet with black ink. It measures 26x18” and carries many of the familiar marks of the art...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Copper

Trailer Prison, hand-inscribed copper sheet, black ink
Located in Toronto, Ontario
TRAILER PRISON by Rocky Dobey is a hand-inscribed copper sheet with black ink. It measures 60x36” and slightly less than .25" thick. It features some of the artist’s repeating motifs – the number 13-1/2 appears here as 12 + 1 + 1/2 in the trailer windows. The number refers to 12 jurors, 1 judge, half a chance. Rocky says all his structures are prisons, and this trailer with tentacles is no exception. Trailer Prison is a signature example of the artist's work – the inscribed details are both compelling and powerful, while swirls and spikes evoke both prison architecture and monstrous intent. For over 40 years, outsider artist Rocky Dobey has been producing intaglio prints, etched metal plaques, engraved copper sheets and site-specific public sculptures. Working anonymously for the first two decades, his work has drawn attention to social and political issues like prison and justice reform, neighborhood gentrification, globalization, indigenous sovereignty, drug rehabilitation and homelessness. With striking imagery of demonic towers toppled in flames, horrific machines and cryptic symbols of oppression, Rocky's work soon became a recognized and sought-after stamp of organized resistance. Several of his prints are held in collections, particularly the “Carnival Against Capitalism” poster he produced for the 2001 Quebec City protests against the Free Trade Area of the Americas. Rocky’s poster...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Copper

Checkmate, inscribed copper sheet, acrylic paint, asphaltum, ink, metal frame
Located in Toronto, Ontario
CHECKMATE by Rocky Dobey is a hand-inscribed copper sheet with black ink, acrylic paint, and asphaltum. It is framed in aluminum and measures 108 x 48”. It features some of the artist’s notable motifs – the number 13-1/2 (refers to 12 jurors, 1 judge, half a chance), a monstrous tower of brick with crenelated towers, inlaid with eyes, hooked daggers and barred windows, clouds with lightening bolts, tongues of flame drifting down... Though the swirl of black cloud near the top of the tower also rewards our attention – the engraving here suggesting floral as well as cosmic patterns, biological patterns. Checkmate also contains more subtle mark-making and ritualized ornamentation, such as the wheat sheafs across the expanse of copper, names of people are inscribed in the borders of the tower, vertical hash marks counting off months or years in bundles of five. For over 40 years, outsider artist Rocky Dobey has been producing intaglio prints, etched metal plaques, engraved copper sheets and site-specific public sculptures. Working anonymously for the first two decades, his work has drawn attention to social and political issues like prison and justice reform, neighborhood gentrification, globalization, indigenous sovereignty, drug rehabilitation and homelessness. With striking imagery of demonic towers toppled in flames, horrific machines and cryptic symbols of oppression, Rocky's work soon became a recognized and sought-after stamp of organized resistance. Several of his prints are held in collections, particularly the “Carnival Against Capitalism” poster he produced for the 2001 Quebec City protests against the Free Trade Area of the Americas. Rocky’s poster...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Copper

Pair of Carved and Painted Horn Bird Sculptures
Located in Palm Beach, FL
Pair of Chinese vintage carved and painted horn eagles or hawks with an alluring, stylized interpretation of these majestic birds of prey.
Category

Mid-20th Century Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Paint

Aguila - Eagle - Mexican Folk Art Cactus Fine Art
Located in Jesus del Monte, MX
Aguila - Eagle Alebrije This Mexican Aguila - Eagle Alebrije made with Copal wood, wood carving technique gouges, machete and sandpaper, decorated with acrylic paintings with Zapotec symbols. At Cactus Fine Art...
Category

2010s Folk Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Acrylic

Folk Art sculptures for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Folk Art sculptures available for sale on 1stDibs. Works in this style were very popular during the 20th Century, but contemporary artists have continued to produce works inspired by this movement. Many Pop art paintings were created by popular artists on 1stDibs, including Loren Eiferman, Gerard Cambon, Howard Finster, and Fidel Martinez Martinez. Frequently made by artists working with and Ceramic and other materials, all of these pieces for sale are unique and have attracted attention over the years. Not every interior allows for large Folk Art sculptures, so small editions measuring 5.5 inches across are also available. Prices for sculptures made by famous or emerging artists can differ depending on medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $2,500 and tops out at $2,500, while the average work sells for $2,500.

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