verb (used with object), sculp·tured, sculp·tur·ing.
verb (used without object), sculp·tured, sculp·tur·ing.
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There are cool sculptures of athletes, like archer Matt Stutzman.
Blackberry Mountain’s guides will lead you to various hidden treasures on the property, whether it’s a flowy piece of singletrack or a sculpture by renowned Danish artist Thomas Dambo nestled off a hiking trail.
The oversized, cartoonish sculpture was, in part, inspired by the 1964 exhibition titled, “The American Supermarket,” held at the Upper East Side gallery, Bianchini — run by Paul Bianchini, a famed Pop Art dealer and kingmaker in the industry.
Grimaces, scowls and doting gazes of ancient human sculptures indicate that there are universal facial expressions that signal the same emotions across cultures, researchers argue.
Another 114 participants rated the extent to which someone described in written accounts of each of the eight situations depicted by the sculptures would express the same 30 emotions or 13 emotional states.
Her very first sculpture, a metallic chrome unicorn aptly titled “Space Oracle,” sits on a pedestal directly in front.
Now, Borkson and Sandoval have created a Rorschach-esq sculpture.
He emerges, barely, pared to his essence, like a sculpture hacked from ice.
“Most of the time, the body language was very violent towards the sculpture,” Adicéam said.
Historical photographs on view in the exhibition show a crazy quilt of painting and sculpture.The Most Wanted Warhol: A Scandal at the 1964 World’s Fair|Jessica Dawson|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Whatever the quality of the sculpture was, it was always there, and added life to the whole.Architecture|Thomas Roger Smith
Wandering hither and thither at hazard, he found himself in the great gallery devoted to Egyptian stone objects and sculpture.Smith and the Pharaohs, and Other Tales|Henry Rider Haggard
Manifested a taste for sculpture when quite young, and modelled likenesses of the members of her family.Women in the fine arts, from the Seventh Century B.C. to the Twentieth Century A.D.|Clara Erskine Clement
Her growing interest in sculpture and architecture is matched by a magnificent opportunity.American Sketches|Charles Whibley
In Ionian and early Attic sculpture women appear closely wrapped up in drapery.The Legacy of Greece|Various