The sculpture is mounted on an old larch wooden base with the human form created in an artificial clay protruding from the base towards the sky with it's wings created from fiber glass and epoxy resin covered with a real golden and bronze patina.
Diosa De La Vida is the goddess of life and with her open candor she carries within her freedom, love, happiness, sensuality and justice all the things that matter the most in life.
Astrea is named after the Greek goddess of justice and her soul is gentile yet powerful. With her seductive and playful dance pose she obscures her might over justice covered in a golden clothe.
CERERA is a Greek goddess of nature, who gently waltzes out of the soft moss with her serenity of motion between the rocks and empowers us with her slight green tones.
Tango Dei Ligno is a sculpture of a dance couple.
The posture represents a special pose from tango dancing.
The meaning of Dei Ligno is a derivative of Agnus Dei witch means tango and the work Ligno witch means tree and it represents the rough and stable manly part of the couple and in contrast the feminine part the couple is represented by the clean and gentle lines that are reminiscent of elegance.
The elegant flamenco dancer Ignis represents the temperament sensuality of the feminine form.
The transparency of her dress plays with light from different angels depending on the pose you see the dancer in.
The dance couple Amare simply means and represents love.
The female dancer with her elegant and sensual pose is holding onto her mighty chosen dancer.
Their intertwined legs combine the couple into one hole.