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This imaginary island lagoon was inspired by Venezuela’s Canaima National Park, the location of Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world. The falls originate from a cleft near the summit of Auyantepui, the most famous of the tepuis, sandstone mountains dating back to a time when South America and Africa were part of a super-continent.

The cleft for the waterfall in this sculpture was created in a large feather rock to produce a cascade of mist, created by a miniature pump and ultrasonic mister. A ceramic crane views these falls from a nearby rock.

The tray was fabricated of recycled Corian material. The inscribed characters at the right corner of the tray are the Chinese characters for “shan” (mountains) and “chuan” (streams).

zen indoor fountain rock sculpture with waterfall and bird figure
Canaima Lagoon

23” x 12” x 13”