Lipushiau by Wyn Abbot

£49.95

Lipushiau,  first named drummer in history: a Mesopotamian Priestess 2380. BC.  Part of a series of four figures created by artist Wyn Abbot.

Due to the fragile nature of this sculpture we are not able to send it through the post to you. so this item is for collection only .

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Lipushiau by Wyn Abbot

First named drummer in history: a Mesopotamian Priestess 2380. BC.  She was the spiritual, financial and administrative head of the Ekishnugal, the most important temple in Ur dedicated to the moon god, Nanna-Suen.

Hand sculpted and Raku fired altar piece with her drum.  Each figure is individually made without moulds so variations will occur.

Having won several awards for her unique designs Wyn’s sculptures and ceramics are widely sought after and have become collector’s items.  Her haunting pieces are rich in symbolism bringing elements of the past into the present and creating a sense of presence.  Wyn’s work is inspired by ancient cultures and their mythologies and beliefs, which she subtly story-weaves within her pieces. Each piece is individually handmade without moulds and therefore unique to you.  Wyn exhibits and sells in a wide range of outlets worldwide, and has been featured on TV & extensively on radio.

Wyn Abbot’s studio is based at the beautiful  Wolfhouse Gallery.  With its stunning views of Morecambe Bay and fabulous coastal and woodland walks.

Due to the fragile nature of this sculpture we are not able to send it through the post to you. so this item is for collection only .

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