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Wire Sculpture. Rustic Driftwood Art. Title: "Sisterhood". This beautiful sculpture is created to celebrate the bonds of women around the globe. Women who enter our lives and bring us joy and wisdom. It's rustic charm serves as a statement to the human spirit and all we can achieve when coming together.
One figure has a turquoise wooden pearl necklace. (Turquoise recharges our spirits during times of mental stress and tiredness, alleviating feelings of loneliness). Another has a wire dress, the third one has a dress made from green wool yarn. (Green is the color of nature, fertility, life and the color of balance. It also means learning, growth and harmony). The forth one has a collage dress with the letter "S" for Sisterhood. Together they are a beautiful addition to any room.

One-of-a-kind wire sculpture. Part of my Folk-Art Series. Original Scandinavian Design. Handmade with love right here in my studio.

Thank you for supporting original art and design! ♥

16.5" x 16" x 3" (approx)
42 cm x 41 cm x 7 cm (approx)

©2012 Idestudiet under International Copyright Laws.

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Wire Sculpture. Rustic Folk Art. Mixed Media Driftwood Art. Titled: Sisterhood


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wire, driftwood, wooden pearls, recycled paper, fabric pieces, reclaimed wire
  • Ships worldwide from Denmark
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