teddy bear

Bee Dazzled - brown bear and bumblebees art doll sculpture

Copyright © 2011 Linda Apple
"BeeDazzled"
Approx. 12" high
OOAK Bear sculpture

Here is little Bumble.
As you can see, he is a bit BEE-dazzled.
He is a little bear with a sweet tooth that
often gets him into a bit of trouble!

head hands and feet - paperclay
black glass eyes
cloth stuffed body w/wire armature
cloth is covered with REAL re-cycled fur and is VERY soft
Inside his tummy is a REAL bee comb inside with small handmade
bumblebees and painted sky & tree limbs background.
One bumblebee is flying over his head.
Can be seated and arms (delicately) adjusted.

Completely ALL made by hand and delicately painted
A One of a kind - no molds used

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!
A payment plan can be made available, just email for info.
Will ship worldwide - email for cost to your country

This is a OOAK collectible, not a toy. All parts are handmade unless stated otherwise.

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Springtime Teddy - flower still life

Copyright © 2010 Linda Apple
"Springtime"
oil on 1.5 " deep canvas - 6"x8"

Getting into the Springtime mood today. A bit of spring
cleaning,dusting off my little bears and thinking of the
color that will soon be arriving.

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Xmas Wee Willie Winkie

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"Wee Willie Winkie on Xmas Eve"
oil on canvas - 6"x8"
animal art

My version of Wee Willie Winkie with his Teddy on Xmas eve.

Did you know the origin of the Wee Willie Winkie?
The explanation of the words to Wee Willie Winkie was to teach children to associate every day tasks with their own lives. Before the days of the wireless, television and the Internet great reliance was put upon the Town Crier to pass on the latest news and information. 'Wee Willie Winkie' was the children's version of the Town Crier! The author of the poem was William Miller (1810 - 1872) and the first publication date of the words to Wee Willie Winkie was in 1841.

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