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One of Ganesha's four hands before being painted

I have been away from the gallery for two days, and the Gods and Goddesses have been transformed! The artists are very near the end of this stage, and once the clay dries the painting and decorating begins!

All the figures now have hands and feet and are now looking all smooth (with the help of cotton on top of the clay) and more refined. Have a look at the photos below, and don't forget to come and visit the artists before the 4th April!

The artist Dibyendu Dey shaping the Goddess Durga, her lion and her foe, the buffalo demon
The artist Dibyendu Dey shaping the Goddess Durga, her lion and her foe, the buffalo demon
A close-up of the head of Kartikeya's peacock
A close-up of the head of Kartikeya's peacock
The face begins to dry
The face begins to dry
Ganesha before being painted
Ganesha before being painted
The Goddess Durga's Lion
The Goddess Durga's Lion

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