Sculpture named Parallel Worlds designed for Avidia Bank.

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Have you kissed your mermaid today? Custom mahogany door with nautical theme and sign to invited you in. Portsmouth Scuba NH

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Custom mahogany door with nautical theme and sign to invited you in. Portsmouth Scuba NH

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How I started: My Art Studio star to be ready for assembly of sculpture metal segments one by one were put together on circular base 36"wide

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My friends long Ra and short Nin were standing beside to give me a hand.

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After 3th. Parallel world was attached and weld in I could step back and reach for model and confirm position of angles.

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While short Nin enjoys looks out from studio I had to build exterior gate door because #5 parallel world coming down from cathedral ceiling above need room and studio garage door was in the way.

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5th dimension comes and was permanently welded in nothing will separated parallel worlds ever. Sculpture resting on studio floor waiting for next day, tomorrow I'll remove ceiling crane and parallel world scale down model can take a rest after 3 months of hard work.

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Let's go to install!!!

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Creator and his creation posing for photo in front of Avidia Bank.

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Short movie about the installation porcess in front of Avidia Bank.

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Avidia Bank
270 Cochituate Rd. Framingham Branch
MA 01701
Marie Stankova was born outside of Prague, Czech Republic in 1928. She studied fashion design as a young woman and worked for the National Theater as a costume technician up until her retirement. Thirty years ago she started making crocheted jewelry with natural elements. This has evolved into her passion in her retirement. Friends and family bring her artifacts from around the world to incorporate into her art. Her current favorites are beach stones from the New Hampshire seacoast. She also enjoys using pieces of antique costumes which she salvages for their leather, metal, glass and fabrics. Marie’s works are distributed in Czech Republic galleries and are a favorite of many Czech celebrities. Her son in Exeter, NH has now decided to start to offer his mothers work in the United States. All of Marie’s jewelry are original pieces of art and no two are alike. The non-leather products are washable in soap and water.