A Day of Possibilities
By Princess Pea

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A Day of Possibilities

By Princess Pea


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Wooden Sculpture Toy. Edition of 250.

8 figures - Mom, Dad and Three Daughters with totems

Tallest figure: 5.2 x 2.8 inches (rest variable)

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We bloom, we thrive
In our cottage of five

A family is a treasured human kinship. Through girlhood to adulthood, it is what calms us, shakes us, reassures us, and makes us. It is our very soul-skin, one that envelopes our wild inner worlds and fills it up with strength.

Princess Pea’s family of five is a celebration of this power of alliance. Standing tall and together, the mother, father and their three daughters are gifts to each other as much as they are to the world they inhabit. Between themselves, they have enough to hold on to, their soulful selves serving as a reminder of where we come from, what we are truly made of, and how we must always use our instincts to find our way home.

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Princess Pea

About The Artist

Princess Pea is an anonymous Indian artist whose work investigates notions of gender identity and the self. Drawing from a variety of influences including literature, mythology, crafts, contemporary politics and society, she is best known for her deeply evocative and collaborative performances and sculptural practice. Representing strong feminist messages and made in collaboration with traditional Etikopakka artisans from coastal Andhra Pradesh, her series of miniature wooden sculptures have been widely popular and have contributed to the revival of the age-old toy making art form. Princess Pea’s work has been featured by leading platforms including India Art Fair, Art Dubai as well as galleries around the world. She currently lives and works in Gurugram, India.