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Mythological divinity shaped woman who lived in the water and was considered the elemental spirit of water.

   The work lies somewhere between painting and sculpture, hanging on the wall like a painting but the  fragment of a female body is raising up, seems to be the surface of water. 

It is simple to hang on the wall, using 2 nails - the artwork needs to fit plain on the wall.
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ONDINA Sculpture

Petra Bäuerle

Germany

Sculpture

Size: 23.6 W x 23.6 H x 4.7 D in

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Mythological divinity shaped woman who lived in the water and was considered the elemental spirit of water. The work lies somewhere between painting and sculpture, hanging on the wall like a painting but the fragment of a female body is raising up, seems to be the surface of water. It is simple to hang on the wall, using 2 nails - the artwork needs to fit plain on the wall.

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Sculpture:Paper mache on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:23.6 W x 23.6 H x 4.7 D in

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"the incomplete whole" is the artistic theme of the interior designer Petra Bäuerle / pb-art. Cracks, crevices, break-ups and weathering are a common thread through all works of pb-art. Body fragments become 3-dimensional wall sculptures.

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