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birddreamer by ЯRAMIL, via Flickr

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Masayo Odahashi

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The Zapotec of Monte Albán Their capital city of Monte Albán was built over a period of 2,000 years, starting at about 900 B.C. Though their early art shows Olmec influence, there can be little doubt that the people of Monte Albán were Zapotec. Who during Classic times had the opportunity to develop their civilization, unaffected by the major troubles that disturbed Teotihuacán and the Maya at the close of the Early Classic period.

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Blackbird Nest on Graveyard Statue, Berlin Nationaal Archief Germany 1932

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Sculpture from electrical cords

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precarious cairn

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Carved Gourd by Contemporary artist Phyllis Sickles-

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Amy Brier created a series of Roliqueries. Sculpture that creates sculpture. A Roliquery is a handcarved limestone ball which when rolled in sand leaves the most wonderful patterns...a new work of art.

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"Everyday this bronze lady holds a new ice block in a small room surrounded by paintings. As you enter all you hear is the constant, slow drip-drip of the melting ice."

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Kelly Jean Ohl- "All of my ceramic pieces are made by hand. I carve the intricate designs on each piece, then individually burnish and sand each piece before the first of multiple firings. After the work cools from the first firing, each piece is washed, waxed, hand painted with oxides and then undergoes a final firing up to 2400 degrees."

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Louise Bourgeois Harmless Woman 1969

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Marble fountain attributed to Rudolf Weyr (1847-1914).

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Rodin, The Fall of Eve.

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Constantin Brâncuşi (1876 – 1957). Sleeping Muse, 1910. Art Institute of Chicago.

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By Kue King; wire sculpture with wire or real leaves

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sculptor Vala Ola

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European Cemeteries

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Le Désespoir, Jean-Joseph Perraud Musée d’Orsay, Paris

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Beautiful Grace from villa-rosie.tumbl...

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Pat Swyler...thank you *Marianne* for posting

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Bronze and shell lamp by Gurschner

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Unusual French spelter figure signed by 'Rochard'. She is a lady playing with a seal.

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Limousin Table Centre Piece French bronze patinated spelter ladies mounted on a portorro marble base and holding a pate de verre dish with floral detail

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'Reprimande' by Uriano

Sheryls Art Deco Emporium - Female Spelter Figures

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