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Promethea (Zoopoxy)

Promethea (Zoopoxy)


32"x17"x12.5" || One of a kind

In Greek mythology, Prometheus is a Titan god of fire, best known for defying the gods by stealing fire from them and giving it to humanity. I think It was more likely that a woman did it!

The gold color was inspired by Paul Manship's gold leaf Prometheus at Rockefeller Center, NY NY. This sculpture is painted Zoopoxy, a non-toxic catalyzed resin developed for zoos and amusement parks to create artificial rocks and trees. Durable enough for wild animal exhibits and millions of human visitors, but it is not indestructible, so handle with care. Materials: Acrylic paint and colored wax over Zoopoxy over plaster-of-Paris over Styrofoam.

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