Sculpture Wood — Relief Panels Floral Designs by Tay Nontawat

Dance in Jungle Hand Made Wood Relief Panel

Spritely and cheerful, a deva dances in the dense rain forest. Tay Nontawat sculpts his own vision of a Thai angel who inhabits a tree.

In Thailand, devas are beings of exquisite grace and beauty that live in the heaven of sensuous pleasure. They often visit Earth to help and protect humanity, or to bring messages from the gods. Using only hand tools, Nontawat carves the teakwood piece in three dimensions.

The finished sculpture is dried in the sun, painted by hand and protected with a coat of lacquer.

Each piece is crafted individually, and the artist incorporates the wood’s rough texture into his designs.

Floral Trellis Floral Wood Relief Panel from Thailand

Tay Nontawat carves teakwood into a floral medley where an exuberant lamduan flower blooms in a square garden plot. His carving excellence is evident in the detailed work, which joins two pieces in a subtly colored sculpture. Tendrils intertwine like a natural trellis.

Florid Magic Teak relief panel

Tiny blossoms surround a radiant sunflower as they flourish in a magic garden; it is framed by verdant leaves on curling vines. Tay Nontawat designs this extraordinary panel, which he carves from four different pieces of teakwood. He works with a fine chisel and knife to achieve a finely detailed work. Nontawat then joins the two parts together and allows them to dry in the sun; he then embellishes the relief panel with lacquer paints.

Due to the handcrafted nature of this product, there could be slight difference in color. It could also present a rough finished, which is Nontawat’s intention as it serves to emphasize the original appeal of this piece.

Radiance Teak relief panel

Concentric circles of lamduan blossoms embrace a single flower, each radiant layer showcasing a different element of the Thai garden. Buds, leaves and tendrils appear in this lacy composition. Using only hand tools, Tay Nontawat sculpts the panel of sun dried teakwood, adding subtle color in green and rose.

Life of a Pachyderm Hand Carved Elephant Relief Panel

Four elephants hold their trunks high, heralding Thailand’s unique sculpting legacy. They walk around a blossoming flower and they are surrounded by many more. Master carver Tay Nontawat designs this sun-like medallion, which he carves from two different pieces of teakwood. He works with a chisel and knife to achieve a finely detailed work. Nontawat then joins the two parts together and allows them to dry in the sun; he then embellishes the relief panel with lacquer paints.

King of Dragons Handcrafted Wood Relief Panel

Appearing with detailed perfection, Naga King of Dragons adorns this florid masterpiece. Tay Nontawat honors the mythical being with a fascinating rain tree wood plaque, which he carves by hand with attentive care.

Magic Lotus Floral Wood Relief Panel from Thailand

Sunflowers and lamduan blossoms flourish in a magic garden. Radiating around them like a halo, lotus petals are a reverent presence. Tay Nontawat designs this extraordinary panel, carved from two different pieces of teakwood. He works with a chisel and knife to achieve a finely detailed work.

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