This cream stone angel with rusty metal halo sits on a 7 1/2” x 9” chunk of salvage wood, washed with a deep charcoal gray paint
What’s special about this? Look closely at the stone wings, body. There is a pale gray paint on the inside of each triangle. This is EXACTLY how I found them on the beach. It’s rare to find this type of cream stone in delicate triangles, and in years of walking I’ve never seen them painted such a pretty, delicate, serene gray.
The Halo... is twisty metal found on the beach. The light will throw shadows (shown in photos). Hard to capture, but depending on how the light hits it, there will be halo shadows bouncing around this Angels head.
This one needs to hang on a wall, or sit in a picture holder. The cream stone is heavy, no way it will sit up, without toppling forward.