Mendocino, CA, April 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Today, noted stone and water sculpture artists Cherie Christiansen and Franz Arner of Christiansen-Arner Sculpture Mendocino, California announced the unveiling of their spanking new and breathtaking Serpentine Water Sculpture. Tourists at the Sculpture Garden of their studio in Mendocino can now view the water sculpture the artists have been working on for months.
The modern outdoor sculpture firm also announced that they are planning a gala opening for their Sculpture Garden this fall. Meanwhile Christiansen-Arner Sculpture is already allowing guided tours and answers to visitors' queries about stone sculptures.
Franz Arner said, "We are now offering both finished sculpture and commissioned water sculpture for specific situations both indoors and outdoors. We focus on high-end creative sculpting where stone, land, and water exist in blissful harmony transforming the ambiance of homes and corporate settings."
Cherie added, "It's not only about unique stones and unique sculptures, but we try to make explicit what was already implicit in the stone or landscape. This is why, our sculptures, whether stone or water, magnify the feeling of nature and do not distract."
In fact, this is the most important aspect for which the art created in stone and water by Christiansen-Arner Sculpture is prized by architects in California, across the nation, and throughout the world. One of their most well known sculptures "Equanimity" places an 8 ft tall granite goddess water sculpture against a backdrop of white granite slabs at their studio sculpture garden.
So, if you stay anywhere near Mendocino, California, or happen to pass by, you can now see some awe inspiring stone and water sculptures at the Sculpture Garden of Christiansen-Arner, now accepting visitors.
About Christiansen-Arner Sculpture
Cherie Christiansen and Franz Arner of Christiansen-Arner have been carving stone and shaping water for over thirty years in Northern California. They are a household name with top landscape designers and architects of America, who commission their work. The couple lives and work in their studio in Mendocino, California, and can be reached online at http://www.christiansenarnersculpture.com/