Wood sculptures from Ireland

Posted By on April 8, 2010

Ian NorburyThese sculptures are carved by Ian Norbury from Kerry, Ireland.

Ian Norbury is one of the world’s leading wood sculptors and he is a excellent teacher of wood carving.

He has published nine books about wood carving and he has released seven DVDs, which can be purchased here: www.iannorbury.com/DVDs

More of his work can be seen on his website:
www.iannorbury.com
and on his blog:
Paradise Of Fools

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5 Responses to “Wood sculptures from Ireland”

  1. Amber says:

    My god, but those are breathtakingly gorgeous! It’s so hard to believe that it is wood that bends and curves with such life!

  2. Grace says:

    Wow – fabulous!

  3. I love the jester! It’s so alive for some reason even if it is made of wood. I guess it’s the style, it feel like it is moving!

  4. What incredible photographs. It’s amazing what master artists can create with their mediums. Thanks for bringing this man’s art to my attention. That is the sort of work that I could see actually keeping in my home. Of course, I can’t see myself ever being able to pay for it.

  5. ireland says:

    Good blog and interesting read! Ireland is famous for many things, including its rich culture and of course fantastic Irish music. Irish music has had a massive influence worldwide on the musical stage, producing some of the finest and most respected songwriters. Long live Irelands rich cultural history!

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