Sacred Redwood Sculpture

The sculptures are created to be touched by the ancient DNA of creation and to support bringing each of us into wholeness. Landscape and trees are parts of the first forms of creation. They have spirit and memory. The earth is wise and ancient. Everything that happens comes from the earth and returns to the earth. The earth is a tabernacle.

"I am a sculptor creating sacred art, which is a tool for receiving guidance from the realms of nature and the mystery."

- Lavelle Foos

To be an artist calls for the duration of imagination, which is the key to creative fulfillment, and to be effective in our time, art must be concerned with renewal. My art is an expression of sanity, an honoring of beauty and expressing messages from nature that we humans need. I trust my art functions as a mirror, reflecting self-acceptance for myself and others to make our lives more beautiful and more meaningful.

LavelleThere is no period of human existence that does not include art as a key part of the communication and discovery process. Without true art, true creative symbols, the world would go mad and perish because of sorrow. Art cannot be a substitute for an ugly world, it must be our guide to the choosing and creation of a new and more beautiful world.

- Lavelle Foos

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Lavelle plyaing flute in compassion - cedar sculpture

COMPASSION: 6' x 6" Cedar
(Resides in Long Beach, CA)

redwood sculpture

Redwood - Firefall Redwood
(Resides in San Juan Island, WA)

Additional Sacred Works:
solid oak door sculpture

OAK DOOR: 6' x 8'
(Resides in Laguna Beach, CA)

oak door sculpture detail

OAK DOOR (Center Detail): 6' x 8'
(Resides in Laguna Beach, CA)

harmony  - wood sculpture

Harmony: 8' x 18" x 8" thick
Yellow Cedar and Red Cedar & Copper metal work
(Resides in San Juan Island, WA)

earth goddess wood sculpture

(Resides in Eagle Point, OR)

harp sea sculpture wood

THE SEA: 5' x 3'
(Resides in Ashland, OR)


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