St. Fiacre was born in Ireland and sailed over into France in quest of closer solitude. He was offered as much land as he could turn up in a day and cleared the ground of trees and briers, made himself a cell with a garden, and made a hospice for travelers which developed into the village of Saint-Fiacre in Seine-et-Marne. Thus St. Fiacre became the patron saint of gardeners. This angel sculpture is inspired by St. Fiacre, patron of gardeners, and features a small niche for a votive candle.
The second angel celebrates love for gardens and and the growing beauty in our world. The garden in May, full of bloom and new life is a perfect setting for this angel.
Our third new angel urges you to take a breath of fresh air and calm your soul.
Come meet these three new angel sculptures at Breath of Fresh Air, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00-5:00. We're open even in the rain which is always a blessing!