A life-size rough bronze sculpture of United States very first woman Melania Trump was revealed near her home town of Sevnica in southeastern Slovenia on Tuesday to change a wood figure which was set on fire in July.
The wood sculpture of Trump was torched on the night of July 4, as Americans commemorated United States Independence Day.
Standing on a 2.8 metre-high wood pillar, the brand-new bronze statue has rough functions and a face unrecognisable as the very first woman.
Next to it is a plaque reading “This statue is committed to the everlasting memory of a monolith to Melania which stood in this area”.
The initial wood statue commissioned by Berlin-based American artist Brad Downey was sculpted with a chainsaw by regional folk artist Ales Zupevc.
The wood figure was painted with a pale blue wraparound coat looking like the one Trump used at the swearing in of her other half U.S. President Donald Trump. The brand-new bronze statue has no colours.
In January, a big wood statue looking like Donald Trump and created by a regional artist in 2019, was burnt in Slovenia’s city of Moravce, east of the capital Ljubljana.
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