Mendocino, CA, June 15, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Today, famous water and stone sculpture artists Cherie Christiansen and Franz Arner of Christiansen-Arner Sculpture, Mendocino, California announced the launch of an online video gallery showcasing their sculptures on their website at http://www.christiansenarnersculpture.com/videos/. The video gallery places 25 of their finest sculptures for viewing by online visitors and potential clients.
While the artists have recently thrown open their Sculpture Garden at Mendocino for tourists, and now people can see the beautiful water sculpture in their actual settings, for those who cannot visit Mendocino, or any spot which has installed the sculptures of Christiansen-Arner, the new online video gallery is a boon.
Talking on their decision to launch a video gallery, Franz Arner said, "Our vision has always been to share our art with the world, because the more people connect with our vision, the more our vision grows." Though there is a high demand for their living sculptures that consist mainly of running water on stone that blend into their surroundings, Christiansen-Arner recognizes that it is not possible for as many people to view their creations as they would like to. So, the birth of the online video gallery was inevitable.
Cherie said on the look of the new website and the online video gallery, "As artists, we thrive on appreciation of art, and we recognize that in today's world there are so many media through which we could broadcast and take our art to people. It's thrilling to know that someone sitting in China or maybe Norway would be viewing our sculptures sitting at home, and as artists, just knowing that gives us great satisfaction."
The artists believe that they are as much part of the landscape as stones and water and sunlight and the world of art that sometimes they forget all about the huge technological developments taking place and how fast the world has become.
Cherie said, "Our art gains greater significance against a stressed and continuously accelerating world, because we believe in capturing the timelessness of nature in eternal elements - stone and water."
The online video gallery showcases the signature work of Christiansen-Arner including "Serpentine River," "River of Dreams," "Singing Lotus," "The Sky Below," "Green Tara," "Song of the Mountain," "Black Magic," "Eyes of the River," "Confluence," "Meridian" and others.
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/