Petunia Blossom Candle House-Heather Goldminc
Created for the Spring Collection of Blue Sky Blossom Candle Houses! Fascinating pale pink and purple Petunia Blossom says spring all year round!
Let your imagination free and design your own enchanted village. Insert light fixture or candle into some or all of them. Turn on all the light fixtures and watch how the light shines through all the little windows and make the whole village come alive!
Designed by Heather Goldminc Canadian claywork artist, this gorgeous garden inspired blossom piece is the newest addition to this whimsical collection. It is made of clay with high quality protective shiny glaze finish. Can be used with T-lite candles as well.
This candle house includes:
– Petunia Blossom candle house,
– Large leaf base,
– Light fixture with switch
Size: 7.25″ x 5.25″ x 8.25″H
Important note: RETIRED
Such a beautiful and uplifting piece!
Heather’s inspiration stated at age 5. One day, her mother brought home a bag of clay which instantly captured Heather’s interest. As she recalls it, the stuff was cold, wet, gray and musty – hardly the stuff to inspire a young girl. Working with clay, creating candle houses become a reflection of her soul. However, this raw lump of clay would soon become a reflection of her soul, dancing through her dreams until given life by her hands.
Each year her work became more popular and her artist studio could not give enough space for production. Heather was approached by Clayworks Blue Sky. Captivated by her work and dedication to keeping its joyful spirit intact, Blue Sky offered Heather a way to inspire collectors worldwide.
It is a tremendous privilege and dream come true to see her work in the homes of people all over the world, touching the hearts of so many. Truly, Heather’s story is an overnight success story that took a lifetime to blossom. “When I was in art school the one thing I prayed for was that my work reflects a strong style. That prayer has been answered and is generally referred to as image, colour rich, and whimsical.”