Dude…! Is that clay-mation..? Rock on, Dylan! Love to see your talents span the artistic gamete! ~ Eros
The Goddess Uma 10th century Angkor period Sandstone H: 124.2 W: 37.5 D: 24.3 cm Koh Ker, Cambodia Gift of Arthur M. Sackler S1987.909 This hierarchic majestic figure wears a precisely pleated skirt whose downturned upper edge creates a prominent fold over the belt with dangling tassels visible below. This convention is typcial of the tenth-century Angkor style. Three incised lines below her breast and along her neck express the ideal of ample beauty. While she lacks identifying attributes, the cylindrical shape of her hairstyle and the jeweled diadem on her forehead indicate that she is a goddess. The absence of a Buddha in her headdress suggests she is a Hindu deity, most likely Uma, consort of the god Shiva. (via Southeast Asian Art Collection Highlights | Collections Online | Freer and Sackler Galleries)
This is a fully featured Suspension Bondage Sculpture, with the finest of explicit/intimate detail.
Here the piece has been Hand Cast in the finest Pewter Finish.
Also available in Bronze and Gun Metal Finishes.
by Leigh Heppell
I carved this in 1996 out of a stone called Polyphant. It is about 25cm high
by Paul Martin
If I’m not mistaken, Paul you’ve submited this particular piece to be shared here several months back.. However, its such a well actualized sculpture, in a medium which truly deserves the recognition of difficulty, that I am happy to re-post. ~ Eros
Romain de Tirtoff (1892 - 1990) aka Erte
Hortense de Golzinne