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Neo-Romantic Sculptures of Different Women Made with Same Bust

Toronto-based artist Gosia explores the three-dimensional world of sculpting live models while incorporating her fantasy-driven imagination. Using one original bust, the sculptor molds each of her neoromantic creations from her template and accents them with different accessories that reflect the characters she envisions in her mind.

Having just recently completely three works in this ongoing series–respectively titled Pearl, Luna, and Eva–the artist's polymer clay and gypsum sculptures present the image of three different women, despite being cast out of the same mold. Gosia accomplishes this by hand-sculpting embellishments and fine details like her fabricated subject's hairstyle along with fabric and flowers to adorn it.

A collection of Gosia's work, including new sculptures, will be on display at Wall Space Gallery starting October 10th.

Gosia website
via [Colossal]

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