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Bronze Goddess Sculpture

$2,500
Bronze Goddess Sculpture
Bronze Goddess Sculpture

Bronze Goddess Sculpture

$2,500

Free shipping on orders over $150

This goddess figurine was inspired by feminist artist Judy Chicago’s research into most early cultures, which were goddess-worshipping. Passionate about creating female-centered iconography, Chicago believes it’s crucial for women to have affirming images and also, to feel that they are part of the divine. Her mission to drive acceptance, self-belief and for women to connect with the magic force attributed to women in ancient cultures is expressed in this striking bronze re-interpretation of the Venus of Willendorf. The original figurine was an early limestone sculpture of the mother goddess, circa 30,000 BCE.
Artist

Judy Chicago

Edition

10

Size

4in (l) x 4in (w) x 11in (h)

Details

Bronze Sculpture with Marble Base.

About Judy Chicago

The Trailblazer.

You may know her as a key player in the feminist movement, but Judy Chicago is much, much more. Think innovators and early adopters – then go one step earlier, and you’ll find Chicago. She is a pioneer who sees art as language. And like any language, she believes art can be learned, it must be used and maintained, and it must evolve. Chicago is an artist, author of 14 books, and educator whose work shouts out for women’s rights to freedom of expression. She founded a feminist art and art education program in California in the early 1970s, then created ‘The Dinner Party’: an epic installation now housed at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at New York’s Brooklyn Museum. From 1974 to 1979, she painstakingly arranged the 39 place settings that make up the artwork – places for prehistoric goddesses, women in Christianity and the Reformation, and early revolutionaries such as Virginia Woolf and Georgia O’Keeffe. It’s the ultimate can’t-miss dinner party, and Judy Chicago is the ultimate powerhouse host.

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