5 APRIL 2010
ANCIENT SCULPTURE ART
The object was discovered in a Birmingham street about three thirty a.m. in April 1993. It came down from the sky, smashed into a tree a short distance from where a man was standing. Some of the branches from the tree came down in the process. When the object was picked up by the man, it was red hot; he was unable to pick it up with his bare hands. In order to retrieve it, he had to wait a considerable amount of time for it to cool down. Twenty minutes later it was still hot. The only possible way of retrieving it, by using a bundle of tissue to roll it on.
It was left in the back of a car for fourteen years. Later, it came to the attention of the founder, that the object, that he’s paid no attention to in all that time, turned out to be in the figure of a head, as shown in the centre of this artwork. Weeks later, intensive research was carried out when it came to light that the head turned out to be a fully formed sculpture. And it was agreed by scientists that the piece could possibly be in the region of Thirteen point seven Billion Years Old, roundabout the time the universe begin; associating it with the big bang theory.
The sculpture is on exhibition to the public.
LOLA - THE ANCIENT SCULPTURE ART
She is the oldest sculpture in the art world. A record breaker, the mother of all mothers of art. Age recorded, Thirteen
point seven Billion Years old. The ancient sculpture is surrounded by many mysteries. Scientists claim that the sculpture
could possibly hold the secret to how life begin on earth, and the universe.
Set in a metal frame, layered with brass and silver ; four-poster, with antique
wooden wheels at each corner.
The sculpture; crowned with a high quality, sixty one solid carat, uncut, rough diamond to the head. The diamond is extremely rare.
Size: three feet high by two feet five inches wide (ninety two centimetres by seventy four centimetres).
The oldest material known to man.
This piece is currently on exhibition at the Charles Saatchi online gallery.
Expected to fetch in the region of thirty million pounds GBP.
Art by TREVOR. R. PLUMMER