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Glen Rogers Primavera Oil on Canvas
41 x 34 $ 3,500
Glen Rogers' newest public art project is Throne For A Goddess, installed in Austria on September 9, 2020 at Kunstpark St. Ruprecht/Raab. Glen visited the Venus of Willendorf ancient sculpture in person just the year before, made her sculpture proposal... & it was created!
The Venus of Willendorf, a 30,000 year old Paleolithic sculpture discovered in Austria in 1908, has been a symbol for the feminist movement and women around the world. This archetype's characteristic voluptuous shape points to ancient goddess cultures and matriarchal societies. The Venus of Willendorf represents the Great Mother and is a reminder of who we are and where we came from.
Throne for a Goddess Empowering and honoring women from the ancient to the present. This has been a focus of Glen's artwork for many years.
Glen's sculpture is constructed of gold-tone anodized aluminum on the front and steel with rust patina for the back. It stands 6.5 feet tall by 34” wide. "I wanted Throne for a Goddess to be interactive, a sculpture where visitors are invited to sit and feel the energy of the Great Mother." (see available commemorative print).
Glen Rogers' public sculpture can also be seen in various California cities including Spirit Gate in San Jose; Beacon in Campbell; Three Wings in Stockton and Web of Life Bridge Railing for City of Chico.