This artwork depicts a woman with a stylised body seated on the ground, her legs crossed, her left hand on her hip and her right hand on her head. Development displays a series of beautiful geometries that come together thanks to the connection offered by this shapely snow-white figure. First of all, the legs are large, round, as if the lower limbs of this figure were weighing more. In the pose in which they are placed, they form a sort of cradle, a welcoming space in the shape of a flattened sphere at belly level.Then we go up to the bust and notice that it has an almost a trapezoidal shape as it tapers towards the top. Both arms form two triangles: the first one at the height of the bust, the second one at the height of the head, which is small, just a drop of white ink at the top of the whole figure.
The sculpture has rather small dimensions compared to other ones in the catalogue: 25 cm high, 25 cm wide and 13 cm thick. It was made entirely by hand (in fact, a certificate of craftsmanship is attached) by using white lacquered resin which provides a glossy effect. The artwork may look as if it were made of porcelain, but please note that it weighs only 1.6 kg.