Female Artifact Reproduction, found in what is now Eastern Europe, Circa. 3,500 BCE
It reminds one of a ceremonial object, but its original use is open to speculation. Whatever the original maker intended, it is an intriguing piece of art that connects us to our deep ancestral roots.
Pit fired. Hangs on the wall. Approx. 7-8″ long.
Hand sculpted and pit fired wall sculpture of the voluptuous Venus of Willendorf, one of the oldest artefacts ever found. This Venus is the epitome of the fertile mother goddess, holding, both, mystery and inspiration.
Approx. 6″ high, hangs on the wall.
Pit firing yields an interesting, earthy coloring on each piece, from various shades of beiges to greys, and occasionally near-black. No two will ever be exactly alike.
(The origianl 35,000 year old, artifact was found in Willendorf, Austria.)