An intricate arrangement named in honor of the movie “A River Runs Through It”; an intricate arrangement in the colors of the Utah wild lands. A glass bowl of river rocks is the base for a landscape design of wood, twigs, ivy, flowers, and rustic accents. Strong yet fragile; just like our nations wild places-our treasures. 10-12” bowl as shown 200.
**You can send this USPS anywhere in the US with shorter spikes, made of preserved & silk flowers and subbing moss for some of the river rocks for weight. Just as beautiful. 230.
To benefit the RedfordCenter.org. as Mr. Redford is our mentor and eco-hero. Visit the site and get inspired to action.
Robert Redford has addressed environmental issues for years. In 1981, he gathered a group of friends and colleagues in the mountains of Utah to create a gathering of independence & discovery-which became the Sundance Institute and now the Redford Center. A place for the discovery and development of independent artists & filmmakers joining with scientists and policymakers to discuss issues subjects from climate change solutions to mining and to air environmentally themed films.
Today, he welcomes you to his eco-minded Sundance Resort, he annually hosts the acclaimed ‘Sundance Film Festival”, created the Sundance Channel Network, all dedicated to environmental stewardship and the value of independent thinking while endeavoring to promote positive change and powerful action. In 2007, Time magazine named him a “Hero of the Environment.” In 2009, he was awarded the Duke LEAF award for his contribution to environmental issues through fine arts. Presently he collaborates with many environmental issues and events while sitting on the board of the NRDC