Traducción de woodcarving en Español:

woodcarving

tallado en madera, n.

nombre

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    (technique)
    tallado en madera masculino
    • Traditionally, Bakongo artisans have excelled in woodcarving, sculpting, painting, and stonework.
    • The artists living along the Art Trail work in a variety of media, including sculpture, painting, photography, woodcarving, printmaking and fiber art.
    • They saw woodcarving as integral to the identity of the Asmat people, and encouraged Asmat communities to continue carving, hoping it would provide artists and their communities with a source of income and pride.
    • Crafts include weaving, embroidering, pottery making, woodcarving, leather and bead working, and metalworking.
    • The traditional Basque decorative arts consist primarily of woodcarving and engraving on stone.
    • A member of the Masonic Lodge in Palmer, Massachusettes, Klingler enjoyed woodcarving, photography, fishing, and spinning yarns.
    • In the kirks a certain skill in woodcarving was often evident, and in recognition of the Auld Alliance between France and Scotland, a blue fleur-de-lis carpet was usually a feature.
    • Haitian craftspeople are particularly skilled in woodcarving, weaving, and embroidery.
    • Other handicrafts include woodcarving and basketry.
    • She said it was a community-based project and they had a lot of arts-related activities in progress, including several classes in painting, ceramics, woodcrafts, woodcarving and photography.
    • Unemployed people mostly revert to traditional economies such as fishing; gathering of wild fruits and vegetables; woodcarving; pottery; basketry, and iron forging.
    • Weaving, embroidery, and woodcarving also are highly intricate and require great skill.
    • Long-standing traditions of pottery, metalworking, rugmaking, woodcarving, and textile production have been carried forward by artisan and craft cooperatives.
    • Occupational therapy in the form of needlework, woodcarving and basketwork and entertainment including film shows and dancing all played a big role in the men's rehabilitation.
    • To keep the mind alert we have French, writing and play acting, painting in water colour and oil, egg decorating, folk art, calligraphy, woodcarving, and basic and expressive drawing.
    • Running for nine days from July 4 to July 13 (not including Sunday July 6), Niall will be working through drawings and clay modelling to prepare for the actual woodcarving itself.
    • Now the members want to get more people involved so the art of woodcarving is not lost in Swindon.
    • Encouraged by his brother Tim, Clifford Possum, who had already begun teaching woodcarving at the settlement, joined Bardon's painting group, which later became the Papunya Tula Artists Company.
    • Other crafts include metalworking and woodcarving.
    • Today these activities have largely been replaced by the modern crafts of pottery, sculpture, and woodcarving, all areas in which Liechtenstein's artisans have a distinguished reputation throughout Europe.
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    (object)
    talla (de madera) femenino
    • Each has a tiny museum displaying old icons and woodcarvings, embroidered brocade vestments and hand-written manuscripts.
    • Already well known for his watercolours and woodcarvings, he turned his attention to miniatures after inheriting embroidery books and materials from friend Margaret Sarraff.
    • Then again, if we're not buying the woodcarvings and goblets from the huge craft market at Okahandja, who is?
    • The historical museum shows icons and woodcarvings from the region of Kotel.
    • At almost every handicrafts exhibition, there are artisans displaying woodcarvings that make ideal gifts for friends and family.
    • Inspired, it is said, by the medieval woodcarvings of master carver William Bromflet, whose work he saw in Ripon Cathedral, Thompson dedicated himself to making quality furniture out of naturally seasoned English oak.
    • More than 20 stalls will be selling a wide variety of local crafts including artwork, woodcarvings and food.
    • We are listening, with varying degrees of concentration, to an earnest member of the hospital staff as he draws our attention to a series of fairly undistinguished woodcarvings, mounted on the wall adjacent to each ward entrance.
    • No one here will try to sell you a mass-produced low-quality woodcarving or ‘original’ oil painting at a special-for-you tourist price of US $100.
    • Along with the watercolours, the exhibition includes six woodcarvings because working with wood is her new passion.
    • The woodcarving was by a Spanish sculptor named Cullot Valera.
    • With rising costs of timber and skilled labour hard to find, woodcarvings have become expensive and the exclusive realm of the rich.
    • Inside was information about early peoples in the area, including the Thracians, and examples of Bulgarian craftsmanship - carpets, clothes and traditional woodcarvings.
    • His first sculptures were woodcarvings; originally he used driftwood, but he moved on to fine pieces of timber and made great play of exploiting beautiful grain.
    • Local art shops sell a range of items, from mass-produced woodcarvings to high-quality, handmade items made by recognized masters in fine-grained ebony, jackfruit or sandalwood.
    • Anantnag is an important trade centre with lot of local handicrafts like woodcarvings, embroidered clothing etc. being sold in the market.
    • While these nearly ubiquitous Ogboni brasscastings have been the subject of intensive study, woodcarvings commissioned by Ogboni members have not received much attention from researchers.
    • Austria is highly industrialized, but expert craftsmanship is also valued and can be found in products such as leather goods, pottery, jewelry, woodcarvings, and blown glass.
    • Xu's amiable wife runs the tea house/ restaurant, furnished with traditional Chinese woodcarvings and mahogany tables and chairs.
    • Exhibits include exquisite wooden panels, woodcarvings, ivory works, bronze castings, archaeological artefacts, stone sculptures and palm-leaf etchings.
    • Jamaican jewellery often incorporates small woodcarvings, shell work or even details in straw.