Inspired by watercolor hues with gold accents, this PrayersOnTheSide® Bethlehem Angel Plaque is individually made and painted in Mobile, Alabama from a UV treated, weather-resistant plaster mix. Each original and vibrant angel garden stone beautifully reflects the moment the Angel went to the Virgin Mary to tell her she was with child. This spiritual yard art includes the verse Luke 1:28 written in Hebrew around the sides with the English translation, "The Lord is with you," on the base.
Place this spiritual Bethlehem angel plaque in your garden or on your patio to remind you of the inspiring events leading up to the first Christmas or give this spiritual stone as a gift to others who want to artistically display their faith during the holidays. This angel sculpture is also an inspirational tabletop or desktop accent for anyone who loves collecting or decorating with angels. Signed by the artists, each individual piece will vary in weight, color and size.
The mission of PrayersOnTheSide® is to create meaningful, spiritual art that incorporates prayer within each piece providing inspiration and comfort to every beholder. Inspired by their mutual love of European art, architecture and language, artists Suzanne Lyell and Kara Coats create religious and spiritual sculptures and paintings. Suzanne is from Pascagoula, Mississippi but has lived in Mobile since Hurricane Katrina. Kara is a native of Mobile, Alabama.
• Colorful Angel Garden Stone • UV treated, weather-resistant plaster mix • Scripture written on the sides in Hebrew, translated on the base in English • Luke 1:28, "The Lord is with you" • Handcrafted in the USA
Size Approx. 3-1/2" sq.
Shipping Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
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