sculptural

[ US /ˈskəɫptʃɝəɫ/ ]
[ UK /skˈʌlpt‍ʃəɹə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to or consisting of sculpture
    sculptural embellishments
  2. resembling sculpture
    rendered with...vivid sculptural effect
    her finely modeled features
    the sculpturesque beauty of the athletes' bodies
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How To Use sculptural In A Sentence

  • In turn, the gallery's window is fitted with giant windscreen wipers to sweep away a continuous downpour of "rain" inverted commas seem necessary to any description of Weber's wonderfully artificial sculptural conceits. This week's new exhibitions
  • Expertly based on simple, smooth, sculptural lines, exploring colour by layering and integrating silk and viscose, adding another textural element to her work.
  • Ajmal Aqtash, writes that, "The exhibition traces the evolution of Lalvani's genomic art as filtered through two major series, AlgoRhythms ™ and XURF ™, each exploring Lalvani's principal concern with the relationship between genetic codes and sculptural creation, and more specifically, between" genomics "- sculpture derived from formal rules, and" epigenomics "- works created through external agents like forces, respectively. Steven Mesler: Form Follows Force: Haresh Lalvani
  • The project successfully integrates ecological ambitions with the design of architectural and sculptural elements.
  • Most of these good-looking, solid and sculptural vanity units are not cheap, although the high street and mail-order catalogues are catching up with the trend.
  • Copyright law does extend protection to useful objects if the object contains pictorial, graphic or sculptural features.
  • A 1960s ranch calls for a contemporary garden with a sculptural plant, such as a Japanese maple or contorted filbert.
  • These sculptural elements, which have polytheistic titles like "Purging Cyclops Being" and "Oval Tree Double Owls Oceania," are a little too friendly and puppetlike to stir the psyche. NYT > Home Page
  • With their sculptural groupings of precisely calibrated arabesques, these dances distilled Ashton's personal classicism to pure essence.
  • These are rightly seen as probingly sculptural, but one at least is open to a strangely anthropoid, romantic interpretation. Times, Sunday Times
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