Step into Elf World and meet 'Sameth' the tiny Wood Gnome, a new addition to the Woodlander series of characters by artist Ann Galvin of Elf World Creations.
Sameth may be diminutive in size but he has big duties to perform and wisdom in his message. He is an Earth Defender but is taking time to announce the Season of Christmas with two bells in hand.
Sameth has been sculpted with my own blend of polymers, painted with heat set paints and sealed with polyurethane. He has fabric robes under his cloak, twinkling eyes and is a 'one of a kind' creation having been entirely handmade without the use of moulds here at my studio on the Sussex Coast. He is just two inches high. The bells are removable.
Sameth the Wood Gnome will be accompanied by a photo authenticity certificate signed by the artist.
Elf World Creations has been featured in DollsHouse and Miniature Scene Magazine ~ www.dollshousemag.co.uk ~
About the Artist:
The designer of this piece is a professional multi-media artist with thirty years experience. After studying Sculpture and Ceramics, she began her professional career as a freelance illustrator of children's books. She later returned to sculpture, modelling in clay, polymers and cold porcelain. She has exhibited widely at exhibitions and galleries and has been a member of many Sussex collectives.
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The right of Ann Galvin to be identified as the designer of this original artwork has been asserted by her in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. All rights reserved.
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