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Sculpture ‘’Standing, Singing on a High Hill”

Sculpture ‘’Standing, Singing on a High Hill”
Sculpture ‘’Standing, Singing on a High Hill”
Sculpture ‘’Standing, Singing on a High Hill”
Sculpture ‘’Standing, Singing on a High Hill”

The 4-meter-high new environmental art object in Melluži Park was created by sculptor Olga Šilova. The name of the sculpture is a reference to the Latvian folksongs and literally means ‘’Standing, Singing on a High Hill”. The concept of the work is based on several thematic layers - folklore, the character of the nation and an old known desire to express oneself in a song.

The figure of a singing woman is made of light metal with a slightly shiny surface that visually resembles silver. The base of the sculpture is made of granite.

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