Politically, America has been divided, and I wanted to come up with an image that will encourage us to work together despite our differences. This piece is my small contribution toward such ideal coexistence.
I hung this piece on the wall last night, anticipating a crash in the middle of the night. The first thing I did this morning was, of course, checking the sculpture. I was happy to find her still smiling the way I had left her.
Thanks for your advices. I made a mound on which dry grasses, flowers, and twigs will be glued. The customer can push the mound against a wall if he/she chooses to. Hope they look more comfy now.
Yesterday I collected some old man's beard for this project. I'm going to pick sage, pearly everlasting, and dog wood twigs in spring. Do you know any other native plants whose colors will not fade away when dried?
This sculpture expresses physical and internal warmth that surrounds me. How fortunate I am to be able to work in a warm studio despite the frigid weather. Moreover, how blessed I feel to have friends, whose encouragement and support keep me going. Hope such warmth reaches you through these Little Buddhas.
Initially I was going to place a log for them to lean against. As it did not work, I am thinking of making a wall out of weathered wood. Or, do you think I can ask the customer to push the piece against a wall when displaying it?
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