A free-standing, ceramic figure as if frozen in a counterpoint. However, not in an obvious form, according to the canons... Read More
A free-standing, ceramic figure as if frozen in a counterpoint. However, not in an obvious form, according to the canons of art adopted from the ancient Greeks. We can look for more inspiration here in Palaeolithic figurines, although which of Venus should we consider more beautiful? Waist, size or gender do not necessarily mean human values. The importance of a person does not depend on their appearance, which may or may not be within the currently accepted standards, but on the rough and varied texture of our shell.
From a dynamic form that reacts individually to external and internal factors. It does not have to be processed according to strict, generally accepted rules, but it is when it is free and unfettered that it becomes engaging and harmonious. Restricting her and putting pressure on her inhibits her individuality and creates a shell that prevents her from seeing true beauty.