“Somewhere over the rainbow
Birds fly over the rainbow
Why, then, oh, why can’t I?”
After the tremendous success of the Prism Flock (Mirror version), Ruth Minola Scheibler gave us the rainbow version. Rainbow is a sign of hope and promise of better times to come. Prism Flock Rainbow sculpture is all about dreaming to be in a wonderful world and seeing at the same time the world is wonderful. Ruth uses birds as they are widely regarded as symbols of freedom and eternity due to their ability to soar into the skies. She gloriously creates the magic of reflection to craft ever-evolving narratives around our perceptions of ourselves and our understanding of the world around us.
Artist: Ruth Minola Scheibler
“Prism Flock Rainbow”
Edition Size: Limited edition of 100
Medium: Mosaic Sculpture/Mirror and Concrete on Foam
Dimensions: 32x23x4 cm
Signed by: Ruth Minola Scheibler
Release: 2B Art & Toys Gallery
Bird symbolism exists all over the world as part of different cultures, religions, and traditions. Every Ruth’s bird is uniquely breathtaking and symbolizes certain aspects of our lives, nature, and the unknown world. Rainbows are frequently represented as a sign of hope and promise of a better future we certainly need.
Somewhere over the rainbow, “dreams come true” and “troubles melt like lemon drops”, as Judy Garland sang in the Wizard of Oz.