Despite working all day Monique Holden barely moved a muscle on Saturday.
Ms Holden made her debut as a living statue at the annual Burnie Show.
She made her own costume for the event, and stood as still as possible for over two hours.
“I think I’ve gone pretty well but I think I scared the crud out of some kids,” Ms Holden said.
“I actually really like standing but the costume making process is very difficult.”
On Friday and Saturday Ms Holden stood silently next to experienced living statue Ben Keen and fellow first-timer Tessa Flight, who had adopted a steampunk theme for her costume.
The trio stood and watched thousands of showgoers enjoy good weather, food, animals and amusement rides.
“I think about all sorts of things while I’m standing there but mostly it’s ‘what is that person eating because it smells amazing’,” Ms Holden said.
The 2018 show attracted more than 8500 ticket sales over two days. Organisers said crowd numbers were slightly lower on day two.