Saturday, July 31, 2010

Hooray! It's EHAG Emporium Night!



Here is my July EHAG Emporium offering...
"Brimstone", the Gourd Goblin.

This little GG is 6 3/4" to stem tip and 5 1/2" wide.
He snitched the 12" Witch's broom, which has a real Sulphur Crystal imbedded in it.


Brimstone is hand sculpted of Paper Clay and as you can tell,
he's quite the muscular fellow... you see... Gourd Goblins creep about in the dark of night...
neath piles of leaves, and stacked straw. Often, a glimpse is taken
of them moving about on their stubby vine legs
in the odd corn field and empty pumpkin patch.


His little Broom can be gently moved ... Or, did he do that himself?


Brimstone is signed and numbered 1/1, Original.
SOLD

Please contact me via e-mail Possiblim@aol.com if you're interested in this fun piece.
Thank you so much for looking!
Deb

12 comments:

Len said...

I left a comment earlier but forgot to put the word verification in! He's a cutie, a little naughty, but a cutie. Don't tell him I said that!

Ascension said...

Es absolutamente genial!!!!!
besitos ascension

Possible Impossibilities Studio said...

Thank you so much Len and Acension! I'm so glad you like him! He is a bit of a naughty fellow and I think that besides the witch's belongings, he's also fond of nicking shoelaces of unsuspecting passers by as well! lol

luluslovlies said...

Nice photos Deb! Great piece!!

Designs By CK said...

FUN Emporium piece Deb!

SpOOky CK >:-)

Tennisc G said...

He's amazing, Debbie! So expressive... and, as Len says, a bit naughty!! I love it.

Perhaps he needs to meet Miss Oct 31st? They might make a great gourdy pair =) Great work.

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

I love him - what a great expression!

William Bezek said...

I saw this fellow on the ehag site, he is really wonderful...nice work!

Chicken Lips said...

Love this little fellow!

Possible Impossibilities Studio said...

Thank You everyone for your kind words! He was alot of fun to make! :-)

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Love your work!!!

Lori Ann C. said...

This fellow is really great!!

Lori Ann