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"Ayla" by Jim Carrey22 Jul 2013
By Eva Ara˙jo (Web correspondent)
That Jim Carrey can act, no one argues. That Jim can paint, everybody knows. But that Jim has enough talent to amaze all of us, is something we believe, agree and are amazed by, everyday.
Again through his Twitter and Who Say account, Jim has shared with his fans how big his divine spark really is by adding to the list of talents: sculpture.
"Ayla" is a representation of true love, a big creation by Jim in bronze and when an observant fan defined the name that Jim gave to his statue, we end up finding more than we originally thought. "Ayla" is a Turkish name meaning "halo of light around the moon (and in some cases the sun)" and a Hebrew name meaning "oak tree".
The details are extraordinary and we can see how much love and work was put out in every inch of this beautiful sculpture. Jim even shared one more picture with the fans of the ongoing process:
Needless to say that we're all proud of the unlimited talent that Jim has and we're looking forward to see more of his amazing work.
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