Entirely enchanting, the Ancient Goddess Ruins art piece is not what it appears to be at first. Although easily mistaken for a real organic masterpiece, no plants were used to create the captivating sculpture within the 13-inch glass jar. Instead, the faux fantasy forest allows people lacking that special green thumb to add a bit of greenery to their home or office without fear of it dying on them.
Created by Tony Larson, aka Megatone230, a sculptor based in Minneapolis, the Ancient Goddess Ruins terrarium is certainly a conversation starter, as he states on his Etsy page. Despite the knowledge that this art piece is a contemporary creation carved by a common man, people will nevertheless be unable to resist the urge to talk about its possible origins and inspiration behind it.
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