Make or represent (a form) by carving, casting, or other shaping techniques
the choir stalls were each carefully sculptured
Form, shape, or mark as if by sculpture, esp. with strong, smooth curves
he had an aquiline nose and sculptured lips
The art of making two- or three-dimensional representative or abstract forms, esp. by carving stone or wood or by casting metal or plaster
A work of such a kind
a bronze sculpture
a collection of sculpture
Raised or sunken patterns or texture on the surface of a shell, pollen grain, cuticle, or other biological specimen
a three-dimensional work of plastic art
sculpt: create by shaping stone or wood or any other hard material; "sculpt a swan out of a block of ice"
creating figures or designs in three dimensions
sculpt: shape (a material like stone or wood) by whittling away at it; "She is sculpting the block of marble into an image of her husband"
(sculptured) graven: cut into a desired shape; "graven images"; "sculptured representations"
(sculptural) relating to or consisting of sculpture; "sculptural embellishments"
Sculpture is three-dimensional artwork created by shaping or combining hard materials, typically stone such as marble, metal, glass, or wood, or plastic materials such as clay, textiles, polymers and softer metals. The term has been extended to works including sound, text and light.
Sculpture ia a magazine published by the International Sculpture Center (ISC), a nonprofit organization founded in 1960 to promote interest and understanding of the art form. The organization is located at the old New Jersey Fairgrounds in Hamilton, New Jersey. ...
The sculpture of a mollusc shell is the three-dimensional ornamentation on the outer surface, as distinct from the basic shape of the shell itself or colouration. Sculpture may be concave as well as . Sometimes it has microscopic detail. ...
Sculptured is an American experimental heavy metal band, mixing classic death and doom metal riffs and vocals to atonal segments and brass sections.
The art of shaping figures or designs in the round or in relief, professionally performed by a sculptor; A work of art created by sculpting; Works of art created by sculpting, as a group; To fashion something into a three-dimensional figure; To represent something in sculpture; To change the ...
(Sculptured) Definitive word for a precision foam cut-out as accomplished via hot wire. Sculptured foam typically has very few right angles, mostly curves.
(Sculptured) with a pattern created by uneven pile height
(Sculptures) a problem-solving technique where group members add to three-dimensional models that depict either the problem itself or a potential solution to the problem.
any three-dimensional form created as an artistic expression. Sculpture is primarily concerned with space: occupying it, relating to it, and influencing the perception of it.
A three-dimensional work of art either in the round (to be viewed from all sides) or in bas relief (low relief in which figures protrude slightly from the background).
Markings or a pattern of impressions or elevations on the surface of a structure.
Surface ornamentation or topography, often visible only when magnified, as on a seed or pollen grain. (e.g., Plagiobothrys nothofulvus nutlet)
items or forms created from various types of material, including stone and metal (see also TYPE) (Example, see the accompaniment to the cross).
art in three dimensional forms, whether made by carving, chiseling, modeling or casting. While sculpture and painting are often seen as distinct arts, they have also been practiced together, as in “polychrome” painting of sculpted figures in ancient, medieval and early modern Europe, for example ...
The pattern on a mollusc shell surface.
the act, process, or art of carving, molding, or assembling material; Art
Any form of sculpture located outside of a building. (Ord. 4654, 6-6-94, § 82; Ord. 2945, 2-2-81, § 25)
A design or figure created by a hand process, such as chiseling or modeling. Some manufacturers use this process for creating custom trophies.
Ornament or markings on the surface (usually of a shell) resembling that produced by a carving tool, see also COMMARGINAL, GROOVE, RADIAL, RIB, STRIA.