What a stunning piece of art. I love the powerful flow of energy swirling around two stone mandalas with a multitude of smooth curved stones weaving in and around the entire piece.
Our aspiration in coming together, is to create sacred spaces, portals and other connective works of art that allow our clients and viewers a visual glimpse of the other-side, what is invisible to our human eyes but felt within.
About this piece, which is situated in the lobby at the Gordon Street entrance of the Port of Nanaimo Centre (housing the Vancouver Island Conference Center and the new Nanaimo Museum) in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, they state:
Open to interpretation, this piece speaks of spirit, of fluidity, of music, of flight, of a society of mixed races and cultures, united by shared concern, living in harmony at the edge of land and sea.
Someday, when I’m blessed with a trip to Vancouver Island, I look forward to being in the presence of this awesome piece called Ravyn’s Song.