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Sedona Stepping Stones

 
 
 
 

Selected items from The Collection

Gecko displayed

Geckos and Lizards are an integral part of the desert's ecology, well adapted to the harsh life and the special Red Rock environment. These ancient animals are favorite motives for the Red Rock lovers.

This Stepping Stone was created September 1996.


Kitty

Kitty was inspired by our three cats, Pastella, Grizzli, and Pastellina. They enjoy the desert wild life. This one is Pastellina, a colorful beauty well suited for the Red Rock country.

This Stepping Stone was created August 1996.


lizard

Lizard occur in numerous colors and shades. They demonstrate their ability to adapt into the desert environment.

This Stepping Stone was created October 1996.



Snake

Snake are abundant in the desert, and as well in the Red Rocks of Sedona due to the radiating heat of the redish-brown rocks with numerous hiding places of the eroded lime and sandstones.

This Stepping Stone was created October 1996.


Turtle

Turtle was inspired by the fact that turtles in the Midwest are signs of fertility and are part of the desert and the Red Rock country.

This Stepping Stone was created August 1996.


Turtle displayed

Turtle in the Red Rocks of Sedona shows how beautiful the stepping stone integrate into the desert and the Red Rock country.

This Stepping Stone was created August 1996.


Turtle square tile

Turtle square brick is a smaller kind of stepping stone which can be used for tiled floors as an occasional inlet. Turtles are the sign of fertility here in the Southwest.

This Stepping Stone was created September 1996.


Biplane of Sedona

Biplane was inspired by the the Red WACO, a biplane used for scenic flights in the Red Rocks. With its deep sound and the the beautiful antique looks this airplane seems born in the Red Rocks.T

This Stepping Stone was created October 1996.

More stepping stones with jungle motifs, goldfish, and coyote ....

ara

love birds

love birds

Tucan

coyote and moon

goldfish

 

And there is more!

Please e-mail Beate Sommerauer

Beate Sommerauer
Thannstr. 12b
A-44407 Dietach
Austria


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