Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Timber Wolf Bust


A highly detailed bust, (head and shoulders), of a red brown timber wolf. Golden eyes shine out from fur created by dry brushing layers of paint over the natural texture of the stone. A wash of a pale blue sky makes a slight background with white of the natural stone showing as clouds.

This piece makes a perfect artful paper weight for any desk or a wonderful addition to home decor due to the overall size. The weight is a reasonable one pound and eleven ounces -- sturdy enough to hold a stack of papers still on the highest ceiling fan setting. The smooth protective coating creates a bottom that should be safe for most surfaces. At four and a half inches at the widest and also at the longest point, this Spiritkeepers is in the shape of a triangle. It stands nearly three inches high. This stone is from the greater Ohio Valley and is most likely a combination of limestone and quartz.

Edge view showing triangular shape.

The back edge showing Spiritkeepers mark and number.

The bottom of the stone showing the natural colors of the surface.

Timber Wolf Bust Stone #014

All art work images, unless otherwise credited, copyright Tree Pruitt. Text information may not be used for profit. Metaphysical suggestions are intended as entertainment only -- I/we make no claims as to the ability of the action of stones, spells or advise.
Information about hand painted Spiritkeepers ™ stones & shells by WWAO artist, Tree Pruitt.

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