Endless Summer Solstice Wall Hanging
Original Fabric Art Wall Hanging
This original textile poster is one of a series of stitched fabric art creations designed to tell a story. In 2300 BC, as still done today, Druids dance while the Sentinel stands watch as the sun rises over the Heel Stone at Stonehenge, celebrating the longest day of the year, the Summer Solstice. Then one day, all advanced civilizations around the world were interrupted and did not recover for hundreds of years. Theory is that a flooding from the skies was caused by Earth’s encounter with a devastating meteoroid stream. This dating roughly coincides with The Great Flood of the Bible, so this textile poster was created to publicize that day without end, “Endless Summer Solstice”.
It is made entirely of colorful cotton fabrics, fused in place then machine stitched to add additional detail and dimension, then finished with a fabric binding around all edges and has a pocket at the top on the back so you can slide a dowel, lattice strip or decorative rod through for hanging.