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Ball Games. Readiness.


Ball Games. Readiness. Sculpture

Elena Vostryakova


Sculpture, Clay on Ceramic

Size: 4.5 W x 10 H x 2.7 D in

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Dribbling. Shooting. Defending. Passing. Ball control. Goalkeeping. An individual is expected to challenge another individual or a team challenging another team. One team is always expected to win, mostly the better one. Entertainment, fun and exercise. Providing some fresh and lively energy in your daily life. The Ball has a full side of history and colorful stories that bring these old sports to life. Aside from the obvious physical benefits, there are psychological and cognitive benefits of playing sport games as well – ball games help us think better and faster. The sculpture is made of black-brown clay. Burnt in the kiln twice. Covered with matte transparent glaze.

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Sculpture:Clay on Ceramic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:4.5 W x 10 H x 2.7 D in

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Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.

Every human being is an artist. Images are a medium that makes the viewer receptive to the fact that we are all capable of influencing the destiny of humanity. Elena Vostryakova was born in the north of Russia in the republic of Karelia bordering Finland. As in many border areas inhabited by different nationalities, she had the opportunity to absorb different cultures - Karelian, Russian, Finnish. For many years of her youth, Elena worked on the island of Kizhi in the open-air museum of Kizhi, which is called the real pearl of the Russian North. It was an amazing opportunity to get acquainted with the life of the people of this harsh northern region from ancient times to the present day, to study traditional architecture and iconography. Later, having moved to Europe, she reflected this experience in her works of art, in which she invariably returns to the theme of time, the comparison of life then and now, to the prospects of our future and dreams about it.

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