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;
“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