Introducing 'Wynston', one of the Gnome trio featuring in the first 'Tale of Sussex Gnomes' entitled 'The Rescue'.
Step into Elf World and meet Meredith, Wynston and the hapless Arrold, foraging for berries and corn on the Sussex Downland. Of course things don't go as expected and an adventure begins. Wynston is the ditherer of this little group of gnome-friends, a worry-fret and a panic-monger; needs all the help he can get in a crisis! ... Wynston will arrive with his forage-bag.
A six page A5 booklet with colour photo on front cover and two illustrations by the author is available separately.
For the the Young-at-heart.
Created with artist blend polymers, mohair locks and onyx eyes without the use of moulds. Two inches tall. An original design by Ann Galvin.
About the Artist:
Ann Galvin is a professional multi-media artist with thirty years experience. After studying Sculpture and Ceramics, she began her professional career as a freelance illustrator. She later returned to modelling in clay, polymers and cold porcelain. She has exhibited widely at exhibitions and galleries and has been a member of many Sussex collectives. Her work has been featured in Dolls House and Miniature Scene Magazine~ www.dollshousemag.co.uk ~
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Concept and elf stories have design copyright 2005 and Beyond.
The right of Ann Galvin to be identified as the author/designer of this original work has been asserted by her in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. All rights reserved.
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