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CARRUTH STUDIO St. Francis Blesses the Animals

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9” x 4” x 1.5”

Hand cast in stone - the same stone/concrete used to build bridges

Perfect Accent for a Garden

It is free-standing, and can also hang on a wall. 

Display indoor and outdoor - no need to add a sealer.

Hangs with aeronautical wire imbedded in the back of the stone - the same wire that was used on the space shuttle.

Handmade in the USA

 

This sculpture celebrates St. Francis of Assisi- known for his love for all creatures and nature.

 He's depicted here before a gothic arbor of trees in the company of his animal friends. He loved the larks that soared through the air around his hilltop town, and was inspired to write a Canticle of the Creatures, an ode to God's living things: ''All raise to you, Oh Lord, for all these brother and sister creatures.''

He was constantly surrounded by wildlife and brought peace between animals and the hand of mankind. This saint sculpture would make a beautiful housewarming present, or thoughtful gift for any gardener or animal lover.

Filled with charm, character and a dash of whimsy, each sculpture conveys the innocence of animals and the peace of nature. Handcrafted from a clay-like material, the artist uses a combination of hand-made tools & dental tools to work and shape the clay. They are hand cast in stone and hand finished with a patina wash - accentuating the detail of each design. They can be displayed indoors & outdoors year-round. Each plaque has a stainless-steel wire for hanging and most can either hang or free stand.

 

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