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Synonyms for sculpture

Synonyms for sculpture

creating figures or designs in three dimensions

create by shaping stone or wood or any other hard material

shape (a material like stone or wood) by whittling away at it

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Calder, for Alexander Calder (1898-1976), an American sculptor best known as the originator a type of kinetic sculpture made with delicately balanced or suspended components that move in response to motor power or air currents.
He invited a good friend, American sculptor Chris Oricchio, to create four sculpture skeletons, which are now being completed by schoolchildren using recycled material.
George Grey Barnard (1863-1938), a prominent American sculptor and avid collector of Medieval art, is the one who acquired most of the sculpture in the collection.
The proposed statue would be 100-feet tall and would be built by American sculptor, Timothy Schmalz.
Matthew Day, program manager of Sustainable Waterloo's Regional Carbon Initiative, discovered his favourite ecoartist in university when he read about American sculptor Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty.
Matthew Barney/Barry X Ball Dual-Dual Portrait (2000-2009), a composite work by American sculptor Barry X Ball, is installed at Galerie Nathalie Obadia overlooking the Pompidou Center.
President Nixon in 1972 gave Queen Elizabeth as a state present, a large crystal swan made by an American sculptor. It was life size and covered with thousands of minutely detailed crystal feathers.
Eliel (curator of modern art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art) presents this survey of mid-century American sculptor David Smith's work as a companion piece to LACMA's 2010 retrospective exhibition.
India, July 22 -- Google has put up an interactive doodle on its home page today to pay tribute to American sculptor and artist Alexander Calder on his 113th birthday.
In other words, a nineteenth-century portrait of a Gentile sitter by German artist Moritz Daniel Oppenheim would be considered a "Jewish" work of art, just as much as objects with obvious Jewish content, such as a Holocaust memorial by American sculptor Louise Nevelson, a landscape scene of early twentieth-century Palestine by Israeli painter Reuven Rubin, or an eleventh-century German Chanukiah.
From the writer's dedication to the two Ana's--both AM's: Ana Messeguer (Ana Maria Moix Messeguer?) and Ana Mendieta, the Cuban American sculptor who died tragically in 1985--to the two Jacintas, the two Martas, and the many doppelgangers of Rivera-Valdes herself, this is a collection that delights in the Cervantine play of doubling and simultaneously erasing the identity of its characters.
Andrew, who married his American sculptor wife Sarah at Usk Castle in 2008, said he is also moving towards producing and directing films and is hoping to make a new film about Dracula.
Artists whose paintings and sculptures have been featured in previous USArtists shows include: Edward Redfield, Daniel Garber, Georgia O'Keeffe, John Marin, Stuart Davis, Chaim Gross, Andrew and Jamie Wyeth, Bo Bartlett, Sarah McEneaney, Robert Rauschenberg, Louise Nevelson, and the American sculptor and artist who is best known for the statue of William Penn atop Philadelphia's City Hall Tower.
For example, an American sculptor, Anna Coleman Ladd, travelled to Parrs in 1917 to craft facial masks for French soldiers at the American Red Cross Studio for Portrait Masks.
Among its 23 pieces of sculpture is one by African American sculptor Martin Puryear.
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