AFRICAN HOMAGE

Afrodite, mother of Harmony

sculpture, Addé, africanhomage

“Afrodite, mother of Harmony”

 

As love is universal, and Aphrodite the goddess of love, this (gentle) pun should be taken as a tribute to African femininity, the power of love, and the beauty of motherhood.

 

18 photos – Click to pause the slideshow.

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“Afrodite, mother of Harmony” Sculpture by Addé

Mythologies tell a lot about cultures, people, civilisations, and history. Sadly they are no longer part of nowadays’ knowledge.

 
1 sculpture, Addé, africanhomage
 
NOTE:
#motherearth

#mythology

 

Most of the original sculptures presented here are conceived as monumental.
Should you be interested in commissioning the large version, please contact us.

 

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  • kutukamus January 4, 2018, 22:00

    I find the slide quite enjoyable, for it gives the impression of a woman spinning on her feet (with a spring effect to her ‘garment’) 🙂

    • Addé January 5, 2018, 12:11

      How precious it is, for an author, to get a viewer’s comment as it gives one’s own perception/ vision. Thank you Kamus!

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