Elf World Creations is pleased to present Honesty, just a tiny Dragon keeping herself clean in a glass dew-pond with resin 'water' ...
Honesty began her Elvish association as an abandoned egg warmed into hatching by the Lady Quennel Elf-Mistress of Bravery. She will be raised as a true-born Elf. Since Dragons have no reflective image, Honesty will never know that she is a Dragon and will be trained to patrol above the waterways of Elf World and give advance warning of an impending Eel Infestation.
Honesty has been sculpted with my own blend of polymers. She is a 'one of a kind' creation having been entirely handmade as always without the use of moulds here at my studio in the heart of the Sussex countryside. She has stunning onyx eyes with amazing liquid depth and expression. Honesty is just a delight, permanently fixed in her resin bath ~ she is just over three inches long, presented in a handpainted dew- pond.
The Elf World Elders are a little worried that Honesty's true parents may try to reclaim her ~ she will need a sheltered nook to live in, away from prying Dragon-Eyes ~
Honesty will be accompanied by a photo authenticity certificate signed by the artist.
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Elf World Creations has been featured in Dolls House and Miniature Scene Magazine ~ www.dollshousemag.co.uk ~
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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