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Lotus Pool concrete sculpture by Jill Gibson Lotus Pool concrete sculpture by Jill Gibson
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Product description: The Lotus Pool image is of a playfully sensuous nude woman or Goddess standing in a water pool of Lotus flowers and leaves, while she is holding a leaf. This concrete plaque of the Lotus Pool measures 14" x 9" x 2" and has a solid wire on the back for hanging indoor or outdoor. The Lotus is richly symbolic in the east. in Egypt it represents the watery origin of the world. since at sunset it closes its blossom and retires into the water, and only at sunrise reappears and opens its flower, it is an ancient symbol of light. The bud of the lotus flower floating on the primal waters, like the world egg, symbolizes the totality of all un-manifested possibilities before the creation of the world. It is also the symbol of the human heart.
 
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Lotus Pool concrete sculpture by Jill Gibson

Sculpture by Gibson Artworks

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  • Product ID#: 211934
  • Dimensions: 9" width x14" height x2" depth
  • Weight: 6 lbs
  • Materials: Stone
  • Subject: Floral, Inspirational, Nature, Other Subjects, People
  • Style: Contemporary, Decorative, Modern, Realism

Artwork Description: The Lotus Pool image is of a playfully sensuous nude woman or Goddess standing in a water pool of Lotus flowers and leaves, while she is holding a leaf. This concrete plaque of the Lotus Pool measures 14" x 9" x 2" and has a solid wire on the back for hanging indoor or outdoor. The Lotus is richly symbolic in the east. in Egypt it represents the watery origin of the world. since at sunset it closes its blossom and retires into the water, and only at sunrise reappears and opens its flower, it is an ancient symbol of light. The bud of the lotus flower floating on the primal waters, like the world egg, symbolizes the totality of all un-manifested possibilities before the creation of the world. It is also the symbol of the human heart.

A native of California, Jill has a background in music, painting, sculpture, and photography. In her early years she played, wrote and sang music with bands in the 60’s, and became staff photographer for the International Monterey Pop Festival, distinguishing herself as a fine photographer. Although she had been painting during these years, she expanded her visual arts study at UCLA taking Metal Sculpture with early environmental artist Lloyd Hamrol. She continued to study painting on scholarship at The Art Student's League in New York with Frank Mason, a master of classical...read more