Rhea, Crone Bride by goddessart

Rhea, Crone Bride

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Added: Sep 10, 2003
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Rhea is a polymer piece, using translucent polymer, posable, over wire armature and soft sculpted body. She was a commissioned piece.

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goddessart's picture

Thanks so much Johanna. Smile

Guest's picture

Fantastic!! Job well done! When I clicked on the image I thought it was a photo!!

goddessart's picture

Thank you Danny!

kolaboy's picture

Beautiful work.

goddessart's picture

Thank you Thassiana! You talented girl, you!

thassy's picture

OMG... she is so real... omg... it's possible?
wonderful...

goddessart's picture

Hey there - and thanks! Ed is fine - we are a team in art and everything else! I hope to see you again at a show this year - of course your work is breathtaking always!

merglenn's picture

Hi It took me a while to place your name( I always remember first names, but have trouble with the last, and faces never leave me} but, when I saw this wonderful little lady, your pretty face came to my mind.....how are you? and Ed? thanks for all your wonderful comments, this is a lot of fun and I am real new to it...hope to see you'all this season. As usual your work is out of site...and so feminine. a lot like you. I see you in all of your work

goddessart's picture

You're so sweet, Christina...I think it just comes down to passion for something...thanks so much for your very kind words. Smile

eudoxxxia's picture

you have an AMAZING gift, rebecca...i've always wanted to sculpt, but i don't have the knack for it...but what you have is more than a knack...it's a gift...this PROVES it Smile

goddessart's picture

Thanks Tiina!

goddessart's picture

Thank so much, Eric! She was a lot of fun to create...think I'll have to make another, though dark and creepy like.

Guest's picture

i cant believe the realism of the sculpture...wow. It has the feel of a kind of creeping familiarity, like someone you'd run in to at a store and would grab your attention. great job and congrats on the editors pick

goddessart's picture

Thank you so very much! Your grandmother must have been quite beautiful! Smile

Guest's picture

I was convinced that was a real person. She looked so much like my grandmother, I was about to ask who did the photo shoot for you. O_O I am in utter AWE.

goddessart's picture

Well hello Kay...it's a passion, very similar to painting. I'm sure you could sculpt as well. I love your work. Thanks so much.

chutap's picture

congrast on the ed's pick! i can't do sculpture, so i can't fathom how you manage!

goddessart's picture

Thank you, Erin.

ekearney's picture

That is creepy, it looks EXACTLY like a real person. You have amazing talent - I could have sworn it was a real person! Very good, interesting piece.

goddessart's picture

No, I haven't ever read 'Great Expectations' but since you left this message, I plan on it! Thank you for the kind words!

Guest's picture

Have you ever read Great Expectations by Charles Dickens? This image wold be perfect for the absolutly tragic and twisted Miss Havisham, deserted at the altar on her wedding day. Every day after, she wore her white dress, sitting at her dressing table with the cake mouldering slowly away. Crone Bride indeed.
Beautifully coloured, you are masterly at folds in material, just by lookng at the background. The chair is amazing, as is the skin tones.
If I had one tiny issue, really small, I'd change her face slightly, as I don't feel it has the ultra reality the other parts of the image have. Saying that, its way way better than I could ever do.

goddessart's picture

Thanks so very much, Jenny! I love your work and return to it as well!

goldseven's picture

This is probably the most evocative piece of artwork I've ever seen. I clicked on this several days ago and my thoughts kept returning to it all the time, at all sorts of situations, which is really remarkable for me Smile Well done!

goddessart's picture

LOL! Why thank you Romina! Please don't die!!!

arashi's picture

*jaw drops down* oh...I've never seen in my life such an awesome work...Rebecca...you're my suicide. *dies*

goddessart's picture

Heehee - well thanks. Wait 'til you see the vampire I'm going to make with this material. Thanks again.

Guest's picture

Love this one.. its scary, but somehow very very beutyful.. //Xzeth

goddessart's picture

Oh Joleen! LOL! Actually wrinkles are the easy part...old people are easy to sculpt because of the miles on their face...much easier than a 'smooth' sculpt. Thanks so much for the sweet comments...I love your 'Sneaking Out' very, very much! BTW, this clay is called Premo Translucent with Bleach, and has an eerie, translucent, almost blue effect in the sunlight, thus adding to her 'croneness'.

flasher's picture

Okay, I am in awe of you now. The texture of her skin is amazing. It must have taken you forever to do all those wrinkles.

goddessart's picture

Thank you Jo! Wink

Art at its best.