16.5 inches (42 centimeters)
I do not use to make up stories for my bears, but Gamli needed it.
When I made the pictures of it, the surrounding looked like this bear has been lost somewhere by someone (maybe by a child) and the bear keeps grieving about noone needs him.
Look at his face and eyes with the telling look, waiting for you, hoping that you will be his new owner, new partner. Someone who wants him, who will keep him and never lose him again.
Have you ever had a toy, a bear by chance?
I had. Visualization recalled the memory, and I even hugged Gamli. I comforted him and whispered to his ears: 'your new owner comes for you soon".
I, the artist would be happy if Gamli found a good home where he could observe silently, but happily.
It is a unique bear made by own plans and 100% handwork.
It is made of fake-fur, face and feet are painted and signed fake-suede. Hands and legs are moveable, head can be tilted.
The body contains viles and real volcanic and ocean pebbles from Iceland as ballast. (It is cleaned!)
Eyes are glass.
The bear can not stand, it is planned to lay, sit or hang down from the edge of a shelf.
Gamli is not a toy, I recommend him for collectors.
Milyen jó, ha az embert becsvágyak fűtik! Még szerencse, hogy nekem annyi van. És az egészben az a legjobb, hogy soha nem fogyok ki belőlük! Amint elérem az egyik célt, már ott ragyog előttem a másik. Ettől olyan érdekes az élet. Lucy Maud Montgomery