Sunday, March 23, 2014

Do you love statuary like I do?

This statuary is in my garden and I love it. Do you love statuary as much as I do?
It was fun to dress him up with a camellia. This is the larger size cherub  season for winter. Another post I did of my daughters photos  of him several years back show my daughter's photography skills. Her photos are better than mine. The camellia pictures she made are stunning too. Check them out.

I tried to capture him from every angle. He is mesmerizing.

Other statuary in my garden.
I have all the seasons in a smaller size.The four season cherub statues from left to right are fall, winter, spring and fall.  They are placed in different areas around my garden.




Spring is here and it is time for me to GET TO WORK in my garden.

Linking to: Seasonal Sundays, Met Monday, Inspire Me Tuesday,  What's Up Wednesday and Wow Us Wednesday.


  1. I've been looking for a cement "bust" to place in my home. My main reason is that I want to decorate it with beads for mardi gras and a Santa hat for Christmas and a party hat for . . . you get the idea.
    Your statue is very sweet.

  2. YES, I do. ;) Loved your post at Laura's and thank you for introducing me to her blog! blessings ~ tanna

  3. Bonnie, these are beautiful..To me concrete statuaries say southern garden...
    I can't believe I don't have any..LOL

    Love, Mona

  4. precious! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  5. They are lovely, I think that it is nice to have things to look at in the garden as well as plants as it adds more interest I think. I love the way that you gave your cherub a flower! xx

  6. Hi Bonnie, What a pleasure to see your lovely photos today. I am so ready for spring! Your garden must be a lovely place to enjoy nature.

  7. Hello Bonnie, yes I remember that little fellow from before. I do love statues and sculpture in the garden, but simple and natural would be my preference. Your little cherub is delightful. Much love to you, Linda x

  8. love your pieces, and their extra decor! i love the addition of whimsy to the garden~

  9. Very sweet distinctive!

  10. I love classic garden statuary and especially your four seasons cherubs. LOVE the photos your daughter took with the camellias.

  11. I do love statuaries in the garden, Bonnie. I especially love your delightful cherubs of all the seasons. I even love cherubs inside the house! Thanks for sharing your beautiful inspiration with us.

  12. I think the more weathered the more personality - love your photos!

  13. Oh Bonnie this wee cherub has indeed captured my heart! What loveliness.

  14. These are beautiful statuary, Bonnie! Yes, I do love statuary, particularly in the garden. I just think it adds extra interest and depth to the rest of the garden.

    Enjoy this beautiful day outside!



  15. I don't have much in my garden, but it would be nice to have a few in the winter when everything is either white with snow or drab brown. Yours is beautiful. Glad you liked the cookies. We were floored with their talent! Joni

  16. I love your statuary and it is so great for photos too. I have a couple that my hubby had in his showroom and they went straight into my garden and have been there happily for years.

  17. Hi Bonnie! Oh, your little statues are just so sweet! Love how you dressed him up with the flower. Looks like he's even posing for you! I have a little statue who looks like my son when he was a little boy! ;)
    Thanks for popping in to see me.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

  18. I love cherub statues but I haven't got any in my garden. I must get one! Yours is lovely.

    Your pictures are beautiful too!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz.

  19. So glad to hear that someone's getting spring. What sweet statuary. There's a st. Francis at the nursery that I've had my eye on.


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