The drawing's shape reminded me of a neolithic fertility goddess. I then encased it in jewels in this watercolor version. This is a photograph of the first watercolor to be made from this drawing. It was sold to a collector in Denmark. I then created one more copy of the drawing on watercolor paper and used a different color scheme to create the "Gold Bejeweled Fertility Goddess", which is still available as an original. I do not plan to create any others. I have moved on. Although, you could convince me to do so with large piles of cash, of course!
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