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Froggez by *Hippopottermiss on deviantART

This one came out rather nicely Hand modelled earthenware frog sculpture. More of my frogs and toads can be seen in my website gallery: [link] My cerami.

Ron Layport и его деревянные фантазии - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

"Messenger" by Ron Layport. This gorgeous bowl is carved from wood and is a raven. This is shown on Collectors of Wood Art - Artist Portfolio of Ron Layport.

Raven Clock or Wall Art in Crazy Stripe Purple, Blue, Black, Silver and Wood Polymer Clay

Raven Moon Clock or Wall Art in Crazy Stripe Purple, Blue, Black, Silver and Wood Polymer Clay

Gros ours qui danse vers le ciel, pour Bertrand Boisvert

Dancing Bear Inuit Gallery of Vancouver - Northwest Coast art, Native Indian art, Canadian aboriginal art, Jewelry, Sculptures.

Famous Skedans totem, propped up for now but soon to fall and return to earth

Propped up totem at Skedans, an ancient Haida site on Morseby Island, Haida Gwaii. Totems are left to fall back into the earth.

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'Warrior Raven' , made by: Preston Singletary & Ross Richmond - Glass Art (Back image)

Sam's everyday inspiration - My tribe is about to celebrate – raising a totem / Sam Thiara

The ancient practice of totem carving has been handed down through generations as a way of preserving the history and heritage of the aboriginal peoples of B. as well as honouring tribal rituals and sacred spirits.

Chickadees-Prints - Glen Rabena, Northwest Coast Native Artist bird theme 1 I think painting or permanent markering this onto the roman shade would be happy and catch the essence of your house

Tlingit Indian - Totem Pole

Tlingit Indian - Totem Pole

Shelly's all time favorite 'Simply messing about in boats'  ... EH Shepard's illustration of Ratty and Mole. First edition of Wind in the Willows

First edition of The Wind in the Willows sells for £32,400

Ratty & Mole: Messing About in Boats. Published in The Wind in the Willows, written by Kenneth Grahame, is a timeless tale of animal friends and their adventures along the Thames riverbank, in the Wild Wood, or on the Open Road.