A fellow of a romantic nature who is blessed with female affection, and you can see that reflecting in his sketches. How ever he is too humble to get involved into something more than a light flirt with his muses, as he is looking for that truth and only love of his life, whom he is going to meet some day. the doll is 40cm tall, it is self standing. the doll is sculpted from air dry clay on a wire armature, painted with acrylic, water color and pastels and sealed with UV cut varnish. Doll's hair and costume are permanentely attached to it's body and cannot be removed. The costume of this doll is made from natural fabrics (flax, cotton and silk) sewed and embroidered by hand, decorated with metal beads (each bead is attached with thread). An artist's bag, a skech book with sketches and tiny pencills are also coming together with the doll. This doll is made for decorative purpose only, it is not ment for playing. To preserve it's original look, it should be protected from extra dust, direct sunlight and humidity.
They say that Sirens have magic voices and are attracting sailors with their songs and a shine of their jewels to the rocky shores. The ships are breaking against the rocks and the sailors find their death on the bottom of the sea. I say, those sailors are just too greedy. It's not enough for them to listen to those beautiful voices and admire their beauty from a distance. They are rushing to the shore expecting to catch themselves a rich bride to trap her and to hide her from the rest of the world... silly men – at the end they are getting what they deserve.
Siren – a mythological creature from the myths of ancient Greece. It was told that sirens, half birds – half women, had magnificent voices. The storys tell, that Sirens were singing to attract the sailors who's ships were breaking at the rocks leading them to death. How ever I think that the girls were simply having fun and singing for their own entertainment, while the greedy sailors, attracted by their beauty and riches, were so eager to catch them that rushed blindly to the shore and their ships broke because of their own foolishness.