Mosaic Sun Catcher

4.5" Lotus Mosaic Sun Catcher
4.5" Lotus Mosaic Sun Catcher
4.5" Lotus Mosaic Sun Catcher

4.5" Lotus Mosaic Sun Catcher

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Handmade lotus mosaic sun catcher. Each sun catcher is created using the finest mosaic stained glass on an unbreakable clear 4.5" acrylic disc.

We are all tired of staring out our boring windows while working from home. Add some sparkle, color and beauty to your favorite window with my unique handmade mosaic glass sun catchers. My mosaics have no grout so their light reflection is more vibrant than other sun catchers. I use a strong clear adhesive to keep the glass intact without compromising its’ reflective beauty.

 

The Lotus flower is regarded in many different cultures, especially in eastern religions, as a symbol of purity, enlightenment, self-regeneration and rebirth. Its characteristics are a perfect analogy for the human condition: even when its roots are in the dirtiest waters, the Lotus produces the most beautiful flower.

The lotus flower is one of the most ancient and deepest symbols of our planet. The lotus flower grows in muddy water and rises above the surface to bloom with remarkable beauty. ... Untouched by the impurity, lotus symbolize the purity of heart and mind. The lotus flower represents long life, health, honor and good luck.

To start, the lotus has a life cycle unlike any other plant. With its roots latched in mud, it submerges every night into river water and miraculously re-blooms the next morning, sparklingly clean. In many cultures, this process associates the flower with rebirth and spiritual enlightenment. With its daily process of life, death, and reemergence, its no wonder that the lotus holds such symbolism.

Because of these meanings, the lotus is often seen alongside divine figures in some cultures. For the Egyptians, the flower represents the universe. In Hindu culture, it is said that gods and goddesses sat on lotus thrones. And a longstanding Buddhist story states that the Buddha appeared atop a floating lotus, and his first footsteps on Earth left lotus blossoms

“The lotus flower blooms most beautifully from the deepest and thickest mud.”

The lotus flower's daily resurrection is certainly interesting, and surely symbolic of revival. (This makes it the perfect gift for anyone recovering from injury or a traumatic experience.) But the flower also has a fascinating will to live. A lotus seed can withstand thousands of years without water and able to germinate 2 centuries later.

The uneven hand-cut glass distorts the light and changes the colors. Mosaic art is never static.  Its' colors become animated by the changing light throughout the day. Their patterns wandering inviting your thoughts to wander with them. Prepare to be amazed!