Giving thanks on the Thanksgiving holiday weekend for the delivery and installation of the recently refurbished and completed Crane Duet.
This was a sculpture in our personal Dragonfly Studio collection that caught the eye of a supportive patron couple who visited the studio one day. The piece utilized the wing form that has been a favorite theme of mine for many years since the creation of Dragon’s Flight at the Cable Natural History Museum. To further finish the nicely oxidized creation, I added two bright yellow glass eyes and a colorful Lake Superior wave washed heart rock signifying unity, good health and well being.
The sculpture was installed in a beautiful pine and mixed hardwood forest on the edge of a serene lake between Hayward and Springbrook. I was especially delighted that Crane Duet rested in a setting that included an eons old sizeable boulder that had been excavated on the site.
I am forever thankful for supportive patrons of the arts. long time friends and family who enable my creative journey. Be grateful. Be happy. Be well.
Do you have any outdoor pieces for sale?
We do at our gallery. Currently we are not accepting commissions for new pieces.