Dancing lady sculptures made from wire and dyed coffee filters by Anahi Gonzalez Farkas

United States based artist Anahi Gonzalez Farkas creates the dancing lady sculptures made out of a wire frame and papier-mâché (coffee paper and glue). Her dance sculptures are referred to as “Tattoo“. All figurines are hand made and unique by their shape, size and colored combination is noticeable.

The finished figures are lightweight and are standing over a polymer clay base. The surface is covered with hand painted coffee filters. These Sculptures are not toys.

Check out some of the stunning dancing sculptures by Anahi Gonzalez Farkas.

 

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