The Morphed Totem
The Morphed Totem draws its stolen stones from the graves woven by the deaf words of a zillion year old artifacts, all ending with the falling rays of the sun. Taken from the neck of the Aztec beauty, this piece exhibits the grace of past which one can only imagine in fading paintings of cave walls, behind the glass doors of a museum, of the smell of the old books and in the words of the old battles of swords. As one hears the whispers of the old dust telling the stories of the past, one will see all subjects bowing to that warrior princess of eternal beauty, who wears The Morphed Totem. This piece, carved from the incarnated glow of the forgotten buried amber and rusted dull bronze ruling over the lands of reaped gold, will take you back to the time and for once you will feel how it is to see the world at your feet…
From: The Metamorphic Collection meets The Totem Element Collection.
Photo Credits: Devyani Gupta. Model: Arushi Singh.
Description by: Prachi Shah.
Auctioned on 5th November, 2011, for Rs. 800.