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The sculpture represents the duality between human and nature, embodied in the form of a Latvian forest witch. The lifecast face of the young girl with war paint suggests a fierce and powerful spirit, attuned to the natural world. The real dog's skull, ancient details, and moss crown symbolize her connection to the forest and the creatures that inhabit it.

However, the presence of the human skull breaking out of the back of her head suggests a darker, more sinister side to this forest witch. It may represent the destructive force of human nature and the conflict between the desire to be one with nature and the impulse to dominate and control it.

Overall, the sculpture invites contemplation of the duality between human and nature, and the potential for both harmony and conflict in this relationship. It is a striking and thought-provoking work of art that speaks to the timeless themes of nature, power, and the human condition.

This stunning sculpture is not only beautiful but also durable. It is crafted from high-quality acrylic resin, ensuring that it will last for years to come. The sculpture also comes with a sturdy metal stand, making it easy to display in any room of your home. Whether you're looking to add a touch of mystery and intrigue to your living room, bedroom, or office, this sculpture is sure to be a conversation starter. With its unique blend of traditional Latvian folklore and modern artistic elements, it's a truly one-of-a-kind piece that will add character and charm to any space.

The Forest Witch: Goddess of Witchcraft and Magic

€2,500.00Price
Excluding VAT |
  • 30cm x 47cm x 21cm

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