from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In zoöl., same as
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb Present participle of
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A perfect 90-plus degree day at the Virginia Beach oceanfront brought record crowds to the Neptune Festival with concerts, volleyball, parades, sand sculpturing and a whole lot more!
Unless some mysterious spiritual revelation abruptly stopped the sculpturing, it seems the culture that produced the statues of Easter Island came to an untimely end.
Virtually all of these studios plus a number of local artists offer courses in oil painting, water colors, charcoal, etc. plus sculpturing, carving, ceramics, and every other form of art imaginable.
A modest man without formal art training, Mr. Cline learned his sculpturing techniques while working in a resin plant, a job he took after high school.
Based on an elaborate concept and a carefully planned study this unique artistic creation is a perfect combination of functionality, and the art of painting, sculpturing and design.
Below them the precipice fell to the ledges, whose sculpturing took on a wholly new, eldritch aspect, gleam and shadow, until it ended at the plain.
Robert Graham was devoted to sculpturing with the stones the builders left out.
His outspoken love of fellow man regardless of skin color or ethnic sculpturing cost him his membership in the Mormon Church when he attempted to reason with authority within the racist regime.
Robert also taught acting, was a self-taught artist, did sculpturing, wrote books and poetry.
The late Robert Graham is justly acclaimed for the monuments he left behind -- from those to Roosevelt in Washington to the doors of the Los Angeles Cathedral -- but I remember him best as lending his sculpturing genius to helping the homeboys in the street gang culture of Venice.