PollyChrome's sculpture

The White family was a very happy family and they lived together in the sky very near Cloud-nine. The seven children were a colourful bunch who loved to play together until one day an evil Prism cast a refraction spell on them and this caused separation. The Oldest boy, who loved pretending to be a viking and insisted on being called Eric The Red was sent away to live in the sunset and the Autumn leaves. The second child, a girl, known for her juicy personality and for the energy she gave the whole family ended up in a citrus Grove, but often visited her brother in the Autumn leaves. The third Child, a boy, was a peacable chap as well as a fast runner and avoided any conflict by running away. He was known for his sunny and mellow personality. The fourth child loved nature and made ecology one of her chief interests. She was mild but was sometimes accused of Envy and jealousy by The evil Witch Prism. At the time of the refraction, she went to live in the distant hills and the leafy forests. The next child was a meloncholy child and was sent to live among the waves of the sea and in babies eyes and certain afro-american songs. The sixth child was a boy and today he can be found by looking at the reflection of a fluorescent tube on the underside of a non-recorded compact disc. The last Child was unique and sent to live in the Hearts of forests and distant hills and also helped a jinxed Stewardess, Violet Jessop to survive three famous shipwrecks including the Titanic . Mother Nature was Sad to see her children scattered and wept bitter tears . Father Sun shone his light through these tears to create the Fairy Pollychrome and she used powerful magic and went to great wavelengths to create a beautiful Sculpture of many colours where the seven children were reunited. Some see this Sculpture as an elephant, while others see an igloo or a house.And on top of this sculpture she placed a white duck and a rainbow trout to remind the world “That unity was more powerful than separation”and that “Beauty is indestructable” . Pollychrome is still creating her sculpture today in the hearts and souls of artists beneath one sky. She’s even added a rabbit and a dragonfly and a red rose and hasn’t completed her work yet.

PollyChrome's sculpture

Mike Dineen

Paris, France

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