"Surrender" Build Process Video โœจ๐Ÿ“นโœจ In this sculpture, a woman falls gracefully, surrendering her body to the light ๐Ÿ’› This video is dedicated to my backers on Indiegogo - thank you for supporting my artistic journey! โœจ๐ŸŽจโœจ For more info on Polygem 307 FR Lite sculpting epoxy, visit polygem.com

Follow the twins' build process! Cahaya & Mahina are bioluminescent water nymphs - sisters whose inner light radiates from steel columns set with circular glass windows of blue and violet. ๐Ÿ”น๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ‘ญ๐Ÿฌ๐Ÿ”น

Follow Felicia's build process! ๐Ÿ”ฅ Felicia's fiery eyes and mischievous smile peek out from under her sun hat as she reaches out for you, asking you to dance. Take her hand and spin her around, watching her softly glowing body cast light in all directions with her movement.

Zafira & Ilana's installation in the sculpture park next door to the Rodeo Market Community Arts Center on 3915 W. 73rd Ave in Denver, where Zafira won People's Choice in the 2016 Sculpture on 73rd Avenue exhibit! 

Follow Ilana's build process! ๐ŸŒฟ Made with oil painted cement, mosaic glass, and cedar driftwood over a steel frame, Ilana is a lovely woodland fairy. Green mosaic glass glitters against her painted foliage, and her cedar hips bear the ridges and fissures of the forest.

Installing Sigma on 5th and Main - Grand Junction, CO for the 2016 Art on the Corner exhibit, where she won Best in Show! ๐Ÿ…

Follow Sigma's build process! ๐Ÿ’  Made with oil painted cement, chrome, and found objects over a steel frame, Sigma is both woman and machine. Her chrome shell and glass body meld with lifelike musculature and bluish skin tinted a warm rouge. Sigma's outstretched hand and piercing eyes seem to ask you to follow her.

Follow Zafira's build process! ๐ŸŒ€ Made with oil painted cement and mosaic glass over a steel frame, Zafira is richly colorful and seemingly weightless. Her name is strong yet feminine, like her. Zafira is an Arabic name meaning 'successful'. And with her bright colors and joyful pose, who could doubt it?

Artist Pavia Justinian speaking about her sculpture Hugo, God of the Machines, in Carbondale, CO.

Pavia Justinian's BFA graduate show at Colorado Mesa University.