The Pazaryk were nomadic people who lived in what nowadays is Siberia. Here barrow-like tomb mounds were found, called kurgan. These tombs contained a lot of art, particularly body art in the form of tattoos. One big theme was that the Pazaryk used headdresses with an antler-theme to turn animals into spirit animals. The girls shown here wear antler-like headdresses that might have been used in sacred ceremonies. Antlers are an ancient symbol for re-birth as deer shed them every year after the rutting season and grow new ones.
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Acrylic paint on canvass
80 x 100 cm
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The Pazaryk were nomadic people who lived in what nowadays is Siberia. He
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