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New Items For Sale: Scarecrows

on August 3, 2010 - 11:45am

Four Scarecrows posted today. Each one is $25 CDN plus shipping and handling. Be sure to check them all out!

Update: 2 Sold. 2 Remaining will be sold at shows.


7.5 inches tall. Made of paper clay and mixed mediums.

You certainly won't have to worry about crows sneaking into your home with this creepy little scarecrow (or Skelecrow as I've come to call him).

His burlap sack bulges and ripples in forms that look much like a ribcage.

He's hand-sculpted and painted with acrylics, propped on a wooden stake and steadied by a terracotta base.

Click any of the images to see a larger view.


SOLD



6.5 inches tall. Made of paper clay and mixed mediums.

Pumpkin joy. That's what I think of when I see this figure. Arms raised in celebration, or perhaps it's the invitation for a hug.

The raggedy clothes he wears - an old shawl over a burlap sack - does nothing to deter from the happiness he feels and exudes.

He's hand-sculpted and painted with acrylics, propped on a wooden stake and steadied by a terracotta base.

Click any of the images to see a larger view.


SOLD



Just shy of 7.5 inches tall. Made of paper clay and mixed mediums.

Slim Jim Scarecrow seems to have lost some of his stuffing, but he doesn't mind. Nothing much bothers Slim Jim. A bright attitude towards life keeps him smiling and welcoming of all around him (sometimes including the crows he's meant to scare away). He's even been known to break into song as the sun rises and sets on the fields.

He's hand-sculpted and painted with acrylics, propped on a wooden stake and steadied by a terracotta base.

Click any of the images to see a larger view.




8 inches tall. Made of paper clay and mixed mediums.

Sad Sally is taller than all of the other scarecrows. She's large and imposing, and has to do very little to scare away critters and crows.

Though her size makes her job easy, it makes her existence hard. She has no one to keep her company in the distant field.

She's hand-sculpted and painted with acrylics, propped on a wooden stake and steadied by a terracotta base.

Click any of the images to see a larger view.


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