Something just so lush about this green. It's like looking at light dazzled leaves, fresh avocado green on the tips that darken into deeper shades of that green, as if in the shadows, towards the bottom. The carved arched niche is larger on this pillar than some of the others, to accommodate a beautiful pillow shaped, blown glass piece, found at thrift shop in a little town in Texas and repurposed here as the base of our cairn. As you can see, because it it three dimensional and stepped out a bit from the niche, it catches the light beautifully. There are other pieces of tumbled green glass layered with light colored stones. The top of the cairn is crowned with a tiny cairn of very small black stones. You look at it and just want to kind of hold your breath. But, no need to. Though tedious to find the right sizes and shapes to fit together, and we do hold our breath as we work with tweezers to balance them just so, the tiny stones end up very securely glued together with jeweler's epoxy, just like the larger stones.
Framed in a contemporary black floater frame which leaves a gap between the inside edge of the frame and outside edge of the art so that visually you feel the pillar as a 3D object itself.
Looks stone-like and heavy but weighs only 12 pounds, easily hung on a standard three nail picture hook.
61.5 inches long x 7.5 inches wide x 3-4 inches deep.