Kirsty Appleby's Boobs in a Barrow piece features over 40 pink plaster breasts piled in a pink wheelbarrow.
The 34-year-old wants to raise awareness of women who wear a prosthesis after having a mastectomy due to breast cancer.
The mum-of-three created the unusual piece as part of her coursework for a Foundation Degree in Applied Art and Design at Weston College.
In order to make the artwork, Kirsty first created a plaster mould of her breast, followed by another Gelflex mould, which was then used to make multiple model breasts from plaster.
"I want to raise awareness of the prostheses worn by women who have suffered from breast cancer and have to rebuild their lives as a result," Kirsty said.
"The wheelbarrow symbolises carrying the emotional burden of the disease.
"I was inspired by an episode of ITV's Trinny and Susannah Undress, which featured a woman called Froso who was diagnosed with breast cancer on Christmas Eve.
|"Pulling off the mould was like getting your legs waxed"|
"She underwent a mastectomy and is now coming to terms with wearing a breast prosthesis."
Breast cancer has affected Kirsty's life - her grandmother (mother's mother) died from the disease when Kirsty was only 13.
"Creating Boobs in a Barrow was quite a painful process as the plaster got heavy, hot and uncomfortable.
"Pulling off the mould was like getting your legs waxed.
"But it was worth it, as several people who have had a mastectomy have given me very positive feedback on the piece."
Dr Kate Parsons, sculpture tutor at Weston College, said: "One of the roles of art is to provoke thought, raising important social issues and public awareness.
"Kirsty also discovered that men can also suffer from breast cancer."