This limestone is one of the most incredible ones I have found with natural watermarks. The stone came from a creek deep in the woods in Robertson County. The water must have passed over it for hundreds of years to create the depth of water lines and marks. I used an electric dremel to remove the entire surface so it is smooth yet still has the original water marks.
The stone is not perfect in shape. It is very irregular, but its beauty is in its imperfections. Our lives too are imperfect and we find peace through acknowledging the beauty of our imperfections.
These sculptures works well on a mantle, coffee table, bookshelf, or white pedestal.