Merengue sculpture made by me
Photographed by my father

Super Sculpey Firm and Apoxie Sculpt over a wire armature. Primed and then painted with Acrylics. The sculpture including the wooden base is about 8cm tall. 

All WIP pictures can be viewed here.

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Neolithic Figurine Art 

From left to right: 1. The Goddess Ishtar, Circa 3000 BC.; 2. Ftelia on Mykonos, Neolithic figurine; 3. Early Cycladic 2700-2300 BC.; 4. Goddess Figure Pakistan circa 2nd century BC.; 5. Venus Impudique (“immodest Venus”) c. 14,000 BC, from Laugerie-Basse, Vezerey in Dordogne); 6. Figurine, 800s BC Iran; 7. Cycladic figure, 3200-2000 BC., Greece.

The Goddess is the most potent and persistent feature in the archaeological records of the ancient world, a symbol of the unity of life in nature and the personification of all that was sacred and mysterious on earth.

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