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Left Hand of Man (2013) by Michael Aaron Hall

9,750.00
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Left Hand of Man (2013) by Michael Aaron Hall

9,750.00

The Left Hand of Man is a piece created to be a complimentary work to the Right Hand of Man. The figures in this piece were designed to create the appearance of a left hand. The figures represent the peoples of the Americas and the Island nations. I tried to create a piece that was similar to the Right Hand, but one that could stand on its own visually as well, with a slightly different feel to it. On this piece the thumb figure represents the indigenous people of the Hawaiian Islands. The index finger figure represents the Native American people. The middle finger figure represents the people of Central America. The ring finger represents the people of South America. And the pinky finger represents the people of Tonga, and the figure in the palm is an allegorical figure that inspires the need for charity and kindness. On the back of the statue, the figure of the female symbolizes grief and the figure of the jaguar initially was placed purely for visual effect. I felt that it helped to complete the composition. But it now has come to symbolize, at least for me, quiet dignified inner strength.

 

Dimensions: 25 x 18 x 15 in. 

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The Left Hand of Man is a piece created to be a complimentary work to the Right Hand of Man. The figures in this piece were designed to create the appearance of a left hand. The figures represent the peoples of the Americas and the Island nations. I tried to create a piece that was similar to the Right Hand, but one that could stand on its own visually as well, with a slightly different feel to it. On this piece the thumb figure represents the indigenous people of the Hawaiian Islands. The index finger figure represents the Native American people. The middle finger figure represents the people of Central America. The ring finger represents the people of South America. And the pinky finger represents the people of Tonga, and the figure in the palm is an allegorical figure that inspires the need for charity and kindness. On the back of the statue, the figure of the female symbolizes grief and the figure of the jaguar initially was placed purely for visual effect. I felt that it helped to complete the composition. But it now has come to symbolize, at least for me, quiet dignified inner strength.

 

Dimensions: 25 x 18 x 15 in.