It might take a leap of faith to believe that this grasshopper garden décor figure is really helping out in the garden, but he is. And in a most decorative way. His antennae are tuned towards the casual visitor to your vegetables or verbena, so he can charm them over and over, season after season. Comes mounted on a round base that makes him easy to move around the yard, as the whim takes you. Or him! Painted metal. 14 x 47 inches
Butterfly Garden Metal Wall Art 32 ready to hang"
Our 7'H Two Frogs Arbor makes an unexpected garden entrance. Each hand-hammered copper-finished frog holds a leafy arched verdigris grape vine. They look as if they're waiting for another frog to join them in jumping rope! Handmade of recycled metal by artisans in Bali.• Frog and vine arbor• Our exclusive design• Whimsical garden entry• Copper frog statues with verdigris vines• Handmade by local artisans in BaliSize59-3/4"W x 17-3/4"D x 85-1/4"H
Hamsa Wind Chime This mobile sound good and look great. This wind chime features a spiral top that hangs from a copper wire hook. The central figure has a tail and is surrounded by three pieces, which may be any combination of hearts, moon, stars, and swirls. They are strung together with durable waxed linen thread and adorned with glass beads. Made of recycled steel, hangs 6" from hook to spiral and hangs about 18"-20". "I am a self taught artist and business woman. Since the beginning, I have kept my mission clear -- to create positive artwork, following the belief that a joyful spirit leads to a healthier life. And that is how I chose the name of my sculpture company, "Garden Deva"; 'deva' means 'happy spirit' in Sanskrit. I enjoy enlivening heavy, industrial metal with whimsical, positive themes. Lisa uses a plasma torch to design and hand-cut her sculptures, made from recycled steel. She doesn't use any templates or duplicating tools, so each piece is unique. All of her sculptures are hand-made in the US. One of Lisa's favorite quotes is Be possessed of the patience and stability to keep on moving in the directions of your dreams. Lisa Regan was commissioned by the U.S. Postal Service to design and fabricate the menorah used on the 2009 Hanukkah stamp.