A collaboration between sisters Paloma and Chu Teppa, these horses stand tall and confident to support the Juncea air plants that represent their mane and tails. They work great as a centerpiece in any dining room, meeting area, or lounge. The horses represent freedom and power. The freedom that we have as children of this planet to make our own decision, and the power we wield from those very same decisions. The future of the world is in our hands. The only way to guarantee we make it a future our grandchildren’s grandchildren will be proud to inherit is to think carefully about each decision and how it affects the generations to come. It’s up to us to work towards a better tomorrow we will probably never be able to see, but that doesn’t matter. The beauty of nature is not about a single individual reaping the benefits, it’s about doing something you know will touch countless lives that will never cross your path. The future is yours, it all depends on what you want to make of it.
Care: Air plants require a room with bright light that will allow the plants to breathe and grow, such as near a door or window. Using a spray water bottle, spray thoroughly and evenly at least TWICE a week. You may need to use a paper towel to clean the figurine after you are finished watering. Do not place in direct sunlight.