He lives within a song, a song from my childhood (everybody knows childhood is made of songs). He goes shopping without money but fancying something anyway. He enters a shop and asks for time, but “non rushed” time, time to play (which is the best kind). And he asks for it loose and not caged in an alarm clock.
Osías is the title of a song by Argentinean writer-composer-singer María Elena Walsh and this print is an -also tiny- tribute to someone who educated and amused several generations of little bears there, near the end of the world.
He's hand-sculpted in air-drying clay, in severeal steps, hand-painted and sealed with matt varnish. About 2 inches tall.
This listing is for the brown bear only:)
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