For a long time there have been many different forms of representing fertility. Using various materials, such as stone, wood, yarn, and metal; objects of stature/figures have been created; depicting an interior as well as an exterior perspective on fertility. Usually these statues are of highly regarded and powerful entities, such as goddesses. Theses statues and or figures then became symbols, and were most likely used further to help assist and promote fertility for women during childbirth. Through this exhibition, in chronological order, it explores and promotes the various different forms in which fertility has been represented through statues and figures. Ranging in geographic location and time period, an opportunity is created to be able to compare and then further comprehend the similarities and differences between the statues/figures that represent diverse cult images of fertility.