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Lady Luck

SOLD A sandstone carving symbolic of a woman inspired by by love for primitive and indigenous sculpture art and it's sometimes unknown and mysterious symbolism.

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Brenda Loveless 27 Mar 2017

Well done; blends with nature nicely.

Artist Reply: Thank you very much Brenda!

Sharon De Vore 27 Mar 2017

YOU ARE SO TALENTED IN MANY THINGS, VINCE. FABULOUS SCULPTURE.

Artist Reply: Thank you very much Sharon!

Charles Jones 26 Mar 2017

Very earthy and organic, Vincent. I've done some clay work but it's been a while. Nice presentation too. :)

Artist Reply: Thanks Charles! In the last century I have read reviews about indigenous art like that of the Dogan which art writers have considered a "non art" . Funny that so much european art was inspired from such work by tribal people. The reason writers have said "non art" was they say the primitiv's craft was made as a practical tool and therefore has no "aesthetic".