The 120 Sculptures of the Beautiful Women Project

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.

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Experience all 120 clay sculptures below:

Finally someone who shows women as they really are!
CNE Exhibit Guest

Fantastic display of beauty and strength.
CNE Exhibit Guest

You have truly captured the beauty and essence of the female body and spirit. The media often degrades women, sexualizing the female body. However, with The Beautiful Women Project, you showed that women are intelligent, courageous and beautiful. The Beautiful Women project has made me feel especially proud of being female. This pride will stay with me forever.
LindaNew York (15yrs old)

Very Spiritual and beautiful!
Carol Johnson

Amazing!! We need to learn to accept ourselves no matter what age or size or shape. Live our lives and enjoy each day since each day is a gift.
Maureen Vandel

A help when you are not feeling like you are good enough or beautiful! Thanks for helping me see you don’t need to be just one way.
Nicole age 13

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I absolutely love the concept and I support the idea of celebrating women as unique and special individuals, because we don’t do that enough.
CNE Exhibit Guest

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