Klem’s Tractor Supply, Spencer, MA

Posted: May 25, 2020 in Busts, Characters From Literature, Faces, Garden Statues, Lawn Statues, Mythological Figures, Statuary
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Girl with Veil
There Is Something So Strange and Ambiguous About This Mysterious Young Maiden Who Resides (At Least For Now) in The Garden Center at Klem’s Tractor Supply in Spencer, Massachusetts. Why Does She Wear a Veil, or Is That the Strands of Her Own Long, Damp Hair Clinging to Her Lovely Face As If She Just Emerged From Water? And Who Can She Possibly Be? Is She a Medieval Bride or Veiled Vestal Virgin? Queen Guinevere or the Lady of the Lake? Perhaps She’s Ophelia Before She Sinks Into Her Watery Grave For the Final Time….. (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on August 28,  2014)

Comments
  1. Ysegrim says:

    This is so pretty

  2. Tanya says:

    A girl enjoying her garden! So cool!

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