Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Houses from July - part two

More cottonwood bark carvings from last month, I am really slacking on doing the posts in time.
''Lighthouse of the Abandoned Harbour'' 14 inches with a signature PEI acorn in the tower:


A small carving named ''In the Fairy Glen'', 8 inches tall:


 And another small but unique carving ''Above the Well'' standing 9 inches.
It is something new after long time (when it comes to my cottonwood bark pieces) - a small
well with a tiny bucket are added underneath the house:


Just today a young boy returned to the Farmers Market with his mother and bought this piece before leaving PEI. He saw it at the Market the last week and was happy it was still for sale.


And yeah, here is the piece of art - the bucket!


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