Mother Nature

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“Mother Nature” is a symbolizes the personification of Nature herself. The artwork is made of different levels that represent earth.

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“Mother Nature” is a symbolizes the personification of Nature herself. The artwork is made of different levels that represent earth. On the bottom you can see the ocean with coral structures (made of wax, grain, powder), then the shores and landmasses in brown shades (made of powder, sugar crystals and flour), and the earth or plants that are growing out of it. The figure transforms into a huge plant (made with stones and grain) to represent the green of our planet. Her upper body and the head is fiery and represents the volcanic activity on our earth. Her hands show that things grow out of her fertile body and her pose suggests that she is giving something away – namely life. The background represents the sun and that roots go deep into the earth to show that it is a tow-way-system. This artwork was inspired by my travels to Mexico and the aboriginal artworks I saw there. In older mythology that probably goes back to Aztec times there was a creature that brought life to the desert. Her body resembled the one of a cactus and her head looked fiery. The figure made perfectly sense when looking at the vegetation and natural cycle in that region. That is also why the body of the artwork can be interpreted as a cactus – like the mythological creature that represented Nature and the cycle of life in that area.

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  • Store Name: Lena Snow
  • Vendor: Jana Sabrowski
  • Address: Carl-Maria-von-Weber-Straße 2
    76437 Rastatt
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    About the artwork

  • Made in: 2020
  • Frame: no frame
  • Signature by: Lena Snow
  • Size: 120cmx80cm
  • Size in inch: 120cmx80cm

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“Mother Nature” is a symbolizes the personification of Nature herself. The artwork is made of different levels that represent earth. On the bottom you can see the ocean with coral structures (made of wax, grain, powder), then the shores and landmasses in brown shades (made of powder, sugar crystals and flour), and the earth or plants that are growing out of it. The figure transforms into a huge plant (made with stones and grain) to represent the green of our planet. Her upper body and the head is fiery and represents the volcanic activity on our earth. Her hands show that things grow out of her fertile body and her pose suggests that she is giving something away – namely life. The background represents the sun and that roots go deep into the earth to show that it is a tow-way-system. This artwork was inspired by my travels to Mexico and the aboriginal artworks I saw there. In older mythology that probably goes back to Aztec times there was a creature that brought life to the desert. Her body resembled the one of a cactus and her head looked fiery. The figure made perfectly sense when looking at the vegetation and natural cycle in that region. That is also why the body of the artwork can be interpreted as a cactus – like the mythological creature that represented Nature and the cycle of life in that area.

“Mother Nature” is a symbolizes the personification of Nature herself. The artwork is made of different levels that represent earth. On the bottom you can see the ocean with coral structures (made of wax, grain, powder), then the shores and landmasses in brown shades (made of powder, sugar crystals and flour), and the earth or plants that are growing out of it. The figure transforms into a huge plant (made with stones and grain) to represent the green of our planet. Her upper body and the head is fiery and represents the volcanic activity on our earth. Her hands show that things grow out of her fertile body and her pose suggests that she is giving something away – namely life. The background represents the sun and that roots go deep into the earth to show that it is a tow-way-system. This artwork was inspired by my travels to Mexico and the aboriginal artworks I saw there. In older mythology that probably goes back to Aztec times there was a creature that brought life to the desert. Her body resembled the one of a cactus and her head looked fiery. The figure made perfectly sense when looking at the vegetation and natural cycle in that region. That is also why the body of the artwork can be interpreted as a cactus – like the mythological creature that represented Nature and the cycle of life in that area.

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