Thursday, December 6, 2007

Two New Polar Bear Hand Painted Stones

Metaphysical ABOUT POLAR BEAR - Being the most outstanding hunter of the bear family also makes the polar bear the most aggressive of the bears. They have very keen hearing, listening for sounds under the ice from above. When polar bear hears a seal bubbling to the surface it patiently waits for the favorite prey to come up. They pounce on the seals to drag them from the water. This indicates that polar bear knows when to wait and when to act on an opportunity. These bears have a playful side too, sliding on ice and playing with cubs, indicating that though they're serious about the task at hand they know when to relax and nourish the soul. If you think that polar bear is a totem animal for you then be sure to also examine the animals it chooses as prey; there'll likely be a second totem in there for you.

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* Polar Bear Sleeping Hand Painted Stone


This item is actual natural rock and a one of a kind design.

A hand painted polar bear taking a nap, with head on paw, graces this unique hand painted stone. The image is unique to this piece; one of a kind, and created from the shapes found within the natural surface of the stone. This modern wildlife folk art piece can be displayed as decorative art, used as a large medicine bag or pouch item, or kept as a totem animal spirit guide reminder on decorative display; either way, this collectable Spiritkeepers stone makes a lovely sculpture of nature or Yule time gift. Sits safe for most surfaces at 2" inches tall and is 2 1/4" inches at the widest point, and 1/2" thick; palm of hand size. Place near your workspace computer to remind you of the magic world of nature outside of technology. Hand Painted Rock Folk Art.Each Spiritkeepers is unique and individually numbered. This piece is intended for indoor display though surface is water washable with cold water and care. Stone #sk025

Available at my Etsy shop. Click title to visit.

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Polar Bear Scene Hand Painted Basalt Stone This item is actual natural rock and a one of a kind design SOLD.
A hand painted polar bear standing in the ice fields, with mountians beyond, graces this unique hand painted stone. The rock material is a volcanic basalt from the Pacific Northwest ocean water. Basalt is known metaphysically to absorb negative energy. Use as a meditation devise to focus. The image is unique to this piece; one of a kind, and created from the shapes found within the natural surface of the stone. This modern wildlife folk art piece can be displayed as decorative art, used as a paper weight, or kept as a totem animal spirit guide reminder; either way, this collectable Spiritkeepers stone makes a lovely sculpture of nature or Yule time gift. Sits safe for most surfaces at 3 3/4" inches wide and is 1 1/4" inches at the thickest point; stout and heavy. Photos are a bit dark; colors are rich blue, purple, and white with brown. Acrylic paint well coated with environmentally friendly varnish. Place near your workspace computer to remind you of the magic world of nature outside of technology. Go for a late night walk with the power of polar bear! Each Spiritkeepers is unique and individually numbered. This piece is intended for indoor display though surface is water washable with cold water and care. Stone #sk44 Certificate of Authenticity included.


All art work images, unless otherwise credited, copyright Tree Pruitt. Text information may not be used for profit. Information about hand painted Spiritkeepers ™ stones & shells by WWAO artist, Tree Pruitt.

2 comments:

Scar said...

These are very beautiful!
I've not yet found my totem but I connect mostly with Polar Bear so these stones are very symbolic.

You wouldn't happen to take commissions? I wouldn't be able to afford one, but if I collect enough money I probably could.

Scar said...

These are very beautiful!
I've not yet found my totem but I connect mostly with Polar Bear so these stones are very symbolic.

You wouldn't happen to take commissions? I wouldn't be able to afford one, but if I collect enough money I probably could.