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Arianrhod Wheel of the Year Bone Finish Resin Statue

Arianrhod is a goddess of challenge and transformation. This gorgeous statue by artist Maxine Miller is stunning as an altar piece.

  • Cold Cast Resin
  • Designed by Maxine Miller
  • Height: 10 1/2 Inches

  • Our Price: $68.00

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Arianrhod Wheel of the Year Bone Finish Resin Statue by Maxine Miller Celtic Art

Her name translates to the silver wheel, which we equate with the moon and stars and their cycles of change in the heavens. Her twin sons Dylan and Llew that she mysteriously bore, were given considerable obstacles to overcome by their mother, who understood that attainment and status must be achieved by learning and effort.

Arianrhod was thought to be the mistress of a great fortress by the sea. We associate her with silver, stars, wheels, and the spirals of infinity.

10 1/2 inches high museum-grade resin statue with antique bone finish by artist Maxine Miller.


Product Code: PT-10888 | Approximate Size (Inches): 7.00 wide x 7.00 deep x 10.50 high | Approximate Shipping Weight: 6.00 lbs.

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Maxine Miller Celtic Art

Maxine Miller Celtic Art

Maxine Miller has devoted many years of her artistic life to honoring and illuminating the Celtic and Pagan traditions for people of today.  Her work is rich with exquisite detail and symbolism.

Inspiration springs from the works of Erté, Beardsley and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.  Victorian and Art Deco influence is combined with ancient Celtic/Pagan legend.  The results are Maxine’s own unique amalgam of story and art.  While she works primarily in pen/ink & watercolor,  Maxine also creates sterling silver jewelry, clothing, sculptured wall plaques and detailed statuary.

Born in Los Angeles, Maxine Miller resided post high school in the dingy decadence of punk rock Hollywood, where she found beauty in the crumbling old structures and the underground club scene.  Nowadays, Maxine is a happy resident of Portland, Oregon where she finds inspiration in the abundant natural beauty of its landscape as well as the creative atmosphere of its people.


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Origin Hand Made in India
Materials
Cast Resin Resin is a polymer which can be used for making molds as well as cast in molds. Cold-cast resin is generally for sculpture and means that the resin material is cast without the need for the extreme heat of a foundry. It holds very sharp detail when cast. Most of the major lines of figurines on the market today are made of cold cast resin. It is fragile if dropped and fractures similar to glass, usually in clean pieces which can be glued using a household super glue.

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