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10 fantastical living garden sculptures

By: Anna Norris on Aug. 21, 2013, 6:09 p.m.
Cernunnos and the Ram-headed Serpent

Photo: © Guy Boily

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Cernunnos and the Ram-headed Serpent

Cernunnos and the Ram-headed Serpent make up a portion of the "Spirits of the Wood" installation by MIM, an experiment in shade plant sculptures. Cernunnos is the horned Celtic god of fertility and represents the cultural unification of the Celts.

"Far removed from its pervasive association with evil, the serpent embodies immortality, infinity and the forces underpinning the creation of all life," MIM's description reads.