The English translation of “fleur–de–lis” is “flower of the lily.” This symbol, depicting a stylized lily or in this case and iris, has many meanings. Traditionally, it has been used to represent French royalty, and it is said to signify perfection, light, and life.
Betsy Rockwell has taken this symbol and made it her own, with this one of a kind creation. Betsy’s flowers bring a light and hope to any room in all types of weather and in all seasons.
This sign/ mural was created this fall. It draws you in and compliments the one on the side of the log home. Using a combination of materials from metal salvaged from a scrap pile from a rusted metal truck body, along with wire and native wood this piece came together beautifully.
It is a double sided sign, displaying the mountains meeting the water and one side mirrors the other showing a looming moon hovering in the night sky, illuminating the wonderous landscape.
Beyond the Bend. She has been able to make a beautiful mural that adds to the natural ambiance of a log cabin. Her wildlife murals will help create a space of peace and calm.
This mixed media piece comes together with direct inspiration from the Moosehead Lake . Bare naked copper , some with blue-green patina and aluminum reflect the natural light as the sky changes. In the background native wood flows into a landscape of rolling mountains and a rugged island. The life like cement loon in the foreground floats on the water .He has Moosehead Lake stones and a copper eye tying him to mountains in background.