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Beverly Hills plastic surgeon unveils sculpture dedicated to first day of Spring

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To celebrate the first day of spring, Beverly Hills board certified head and neck surgeon Dr. Nima Shemirani a specialist in facial plastic surgery dedicated a new master sculpture titled Eos, Newly Beautiful Goddess to his patients and to the plastic surgery community of Beverly Hills.

The sculptural project was conceived over four years ago by Dr. NIma as a symbol of the deep and vital connection between medical science and artistic design that all plastic surgeons need in order to create and restore natural beauty.

Based on classic literary references to Eos the Greek Goddess of Dawn, this contemporary interpretation has been fabricated in clay and rendered as a life size bust with sleek and sensual lines. The unveiling and dedication took place last Friday at the upscale Lasky Clinic in Beverly Hills, a private cosmetic surgery suite known to be a favorite of many Hollywood A Listers and celebrities.

Recognized scenic artist and master sculptor Sam Kopels was at the event, as was Australian model Bec Doyle who posed for the sculpture and was the Eos muse. Also film producers Sasha Shemirani and Christopher Sabat created a short documentary about this project titled Eos, Newly Beautiful Goddess.

Details of the event were featured on Sky News TV:




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