Friday, February 24, 2012

GODDESS OF COSMIC LIGHT

GODDESS OF COSMIC LIGHT

Goddess of Cosmic Light Planter

Spring will be here before we know it and I am still working frantically on getting my Goddess planters ready for their grand showing in April.

This year, I’ve decided to add several mosaic planters as well as some inlaid mosaic creations. Shown here is my Goddess of Cosmic Light. She is quite large-about 6” deep x 16” high and 7” wide.

Close-Up of Mosaics

This is the story I have written for her:

Cosmic Light

Ribbons of light were drifting on the wings of the wind.
Cosmic rhythms beating unmercifully began to reveal to her the secrets of her heart.

She began to feel infinite love, wisdom and energy in the universe; she had finally connected with her higher self and she knew she was a radiant being, filled with light and love.

~Cheryl Dolby~

Another View

We will be creating planters smaller but similar to this in my Faces Sculpture Class to be given this summer. There are still a few places left. Please check it out and e-mail me if you are interested. We had a great time last summer!

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15 comments:

  1. i love all your work. but i just love this face. she says so very much...and then i look over to the right here, and they ALL say so much. INCREDIBLY BEAUTIFUL work! xo

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  2. wow, these are beautiful, just amazing,

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  3. Your planters are always lovely, but that mosaic work is fabulous!! Paired with the story you created, they are the perfect match.

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  4. oh wow she is beautiful Cheryl and love the added mosiacs. Beautiful written piece. Enjoy the weekend, Annette x

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  5. Love seeing these--exceptional!

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  6. The mosaic adds character to your planter Cheryl. I love her!

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  7. She is absolutely beautiful, Cheryl!

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  8. Your sculptures are so great and unique. I love everything about it.
    The mosaics are so beautiful.
    Have a great sunday
    Janine

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  9. Lovely is not enough to espress it.

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  10. Gorgeous! I love her story as well.

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  11. Oh both creating nudes, I never thought about this before, it could of been your statues that brought this through? Lovely to hear from you... ! Much love! Julie

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  12. Hi Cheryl, sounds like your burning the candle at both ends getting ready for the big show. Beautiful piece as always!
    hugs Lynn

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