Mosaic Sculpture, Blue Ocean, Waves, Bird, Mirror - 15 Inches
I offer up a mosaic sculpture entitled: "Coasting On The Wings Of Tomorrow". Originally, this was made to show how a mosaic could be created using found objects and recycled materials. This sculpture has many interesting pieces in it. I started with a broken stem from a wine glass, a 6 inch white bisque ceramic sphere, stained glass and pieces of a broken mirror, a white porcelain bird (on sale at the local craft store) and a vintage blue and white glass marble from my own stash of collected items from family over the years. The feeling of this sculpture can be described best in this way: "Man must rise above the Earth -- to the top of the atmosphere and beyond -- for only thus will he fully understand the world in which he lives." -- Socrates Designs on the sphere were to look like waves but abstract design can be seen in many different ways. Some see seahorses, some say they could see a few elephants. When shown to a local art league a few years ago, many said they saw a very nice mosaic piece! Colors range in stained glass in white, lilac, aquamarine to a deep blue. Iridescent glass and small blue beads shaped like hearts are on this sculpture. Imagine this in your home in an entryway, hall or guest room. Place in the center of your table for entertaining and you've got a focal point and discussion piece. This would be an appreciated birthday gift for those starting their art collection. The seasoned collector could appreciate the recycled elements. Soft in design to fit in any room. Makes a large statement in a subtle way. There's not another piece of art like this one! The mosaic is grouted in white and sealed. The final result is a small sculpture measuring 15 inches high. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. I am so grateful for your visit. Thanks for stopping by. Remember custom orders are always welcome. We'd love it if you'd share what you like with others. Visit again soon and share the love! Come visit and say hello: Blog: Facebook: Twitter: Pinterest: Google+: Support Independent Artisans, Designers and Crafters for your gift-giving needs all throughout the year. Thank you!~Cindy, EarthMotherMosaics