Ceramic sculpture (heavenly choir)
Ceramic sculpture (heavenly choir)
Ceramic sculpture, mounted on driftwood block and featuring lines of original poetry. 5.5cm x 6 cm x 14cm approx This charming piece happened when Michaela started playing around with an idea arising from an advent poem. She made a series of singing angels and these were mounted on a block of driftwood to form a choir. The line of poetry is from this poem; Baalam’s Ass Numbers 22:21-38   “Look! It’s there! Can’t you see it? Wings like thunderclouds Eyes like searchlights Robes spun from the last rays of the summer sun It is either a fairy pumped up on steroids Or a feckin’ Angel Not an allegorical one either.”   So it was that the Living God Sent a mighty Angel To play hide and seek with a Donkey So that a pagan sorcerer Could speak out holy words To confound all Israel.   And a whole sky-choir Of heavenly creatures Chuckled.
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Ceramic sculpture (I am love)
Ceramic sculpture (I am love)
Ceramic sculpture, mounted on driftwood block and featuring lines of original poetry. 9cm x 6.5cm x 15cm This piece has the form of a woman holding a sun and a moon, suggesting a connection with the eternal ebb and flow of living. The poem featured is one in which Chris was trying to grapple with the mystery that is at the heart of everything, which is perhaps a better way to describe this piece too. Here is the poem in full; I am I am bird, I am wind I am scaled, I am skinned I am soil, I am stone I am flesh, I am bone I am ebb, I am flow I am stream, I am snow I am all of these things And I am nothing   I am love, I am light I am morning, I am night I am atom, I am star I am close, I am far I am start, I am end I am stranger, I am friend I am all of these things And I am nothing   I am silence, I am song I am right, I am wrong I am sea, I am shore I am less, I am more I am young, I am old I am iron, I am gold I am all of these things And I am nothing
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