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15 ½” x 9 ¼” x 11” 

This beautiful woman with all of her beautiful curves was almost forgotten by many. Although she was almost abandoned, sitting and waiting to be discovered, nature wrapped her with the beauty of life making her live again as the Lady in the Garden, welcoming her to be the centerpiece of those who look at her. The imprint of the leaves and the flowers brings her to a new dimension of a magical and peaceful connection to nature. So fresh and simple it's the principle we should have for every day, we just need to be more connected to nature.

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Sitting on Thoughts


This sculpture portrays that part of human nature in which we tend to sit and think and overthink on any topic that touches one of our fibers. The figure sits on an intricate bold base carving, as such the work and the strong color suggests the precision, heaviness, and complications that can be brought upon from our thoughts. Many times we tend to just sit so long on our ideas that they start to grow into us envisioning a future that we can change. The idea is not to sit long on those thoughts but to be strong enough to make a change, take a decision, move forward in a positive way so we can realize the significance of our ideas. 

13” x 9” x 7 ¼” 


Garden Lady

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