The hand casts are perhaps the most inviting style of life castings offered by Ann Lyneah Curtis. Intimate, a hand casting imparts the bond of love, and the union that comes from holding hands. A symbolic fusion of individuality into plurality.

Two hands offer a variety stylings available. Ann's cliental are designing new ways of presenting themselves every year. The "Triskelion" (3 hands), "Family Gathering" (4 hands) and the Wreath (5 or more hands) are now options offered.

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  • two hands cupped together palm to palmtwo hands cupped together palm to palm
    the Cupped
    Hands
  • two hands cupped together palm to palmtwo hands cupped together palm to palm
    Ivy &
    Vine
  • two hands adorned with sculpted rosestwo hands adorned with sculpted roses
    Two Hands
    with Roses
  • two hands adorned with real seashellstwo hands adorned with real seashells
    Two Hands
    with Shells
  • two hands with rope and clay featherstwo hands with rope and clay feathers
    The Ties
    That Bind
  • two hands tied with rope adorned with black rose vinestwo hands tied with rope adorned with black rose vines
    Two Hands
    Twist of Rope
    & Roses

In the hands strength can be expressed
at the same time as tenderness,
a life traveled is written in each nuance of line.

  • two hands shapes as a hearttwo hands shapes as a heart
    the Valentine
    Hand Casting
  • two hands shapes as a hearttwo hands shapes as a heart
    the Valentine
    Hand Casting
    with Roses
  • two hands shapes as a heart with seashellstwo hands shapes as a heart with seashells
    the Valentine
    Hand Casting
    with Seashells
  • three hands togetherthree hands together
    Triskelion
  • four hands intwinedfour hands intwined
    the Family
    Gathering
  • five hands as wreathfive hands as wreath
    the Wreath
    5 or more hands

During the Renaissance the shape of the calf
was revered as a symbol of worthiness in men and women.
Even today, who hasn't admired the shapeliness of foot, calf and thigh?

  • foot on pointfoot on point
    Ballerina
  • foot on pointfoot on point
    Lace Cuffed
    Foot
  • foot on pointfoot on point
    Oberon
  • foot on pointfoot on point
    the
    Gladiator