120 Sculptures Celebrating Reality ? 120 Stories Empowering Change
The Beautiful Women Project highlights the importance of comparing ourselves to what’s natural and real, while critically viewing the impact of social ideals. The Project endeavours to remind the world that naturally beautiful bodies come in all shapes and sizes, with lumps, bumps, and scars too! The foundation of the Beautiful Women Project is 120 life-size clay sculptures of real women aged 19-91, each decorated to reflect an aspect of their life journey. These 120 Sculptures have been exhibited 12 times across Ontario Canada. Now based in British Columbia, the Beautiful Women Project is looking for new places to exhibit in the near future.
Experience all 120 clay sculptures below:
Incredible. Absolutely amazing. I’m so happy this empowering exhibit is at the CNE.
You make a difference that will affect all those after us and those after them!
I enjoyed this and it helped me accept myself more for who I am, not who I want to be. Thanks!
You have truly captured the spirit of each woman. Congratulations on your achievements.
I really enjoyed the exhibit. I hope you continue inspiring women with your art.
My mother, sister and I were all deeply moved by The Beautiful Women Project. I am fifteen years old. At my age, I feel that many girls struggle with self acceptance. Society has created a standard image of perfection. If you do not look and act a certain way, then you are practically considered worthless. However, I feel very fortunate to have learned earlier on that it is best to go against the accepted normalities of society. My mantra has become: Societal norm: Why define it when you can defy it? For me, The Beautiful Women Project epitomized this mantra.
Such a Powerful, experience!! Embracing the gifts of women! Thank-You So Much!