Icelandic varða are traditional Icelandic sculptures made of stones stacked on top of one another, which can usually be found on the side of the road. This Icelandic custom is an omen for a safe onward journey and goes back to the Viking age. Lana built her own varða as a symbol of her path through Icelandic nature and life. Since her ceramic stones are held together by gravity only, the sculpture embodies balance and harmony.
Height 60 cm
Diameter 38 cm