Monday, June 07, 2010

Golgee

This is a picture of Golgee in his new home in the USA


This looks like a wonderful place for a Woodwose to watch over the house and be admired.

Thanks to Noah for the pictures and update on how the Woodwose are settling in

There was a second Woodwose (Walter) who is yet to settle down into a permanent home. once he has Noah has said he will send another photo.

Regards Dave.

5 comments:

Valerianna said...

Looks great tucked in there amongst the books! .... and looks like another forest dweller is hanging out nearby for company....

Blu said...

I was waiting to see you tweet your blog update did i miss it? Nice to see your carving in it's new home. PS I love the previous carving, who although you call a gentleman (which implies European?,) makes me also think of a Native American!

ArtPropelled said...

I think he'll enjoy the books. Great to see him looking so at home.

Dave Jones said...

Thanks for your coments;

Blu: my wife thinks the new carving is more Indian than English. He's English Sycamore and quite regal or Gentlemanly.

Robyn: I just love the photo he looks as though he's sat there for years. I love the fact that my carvings are as far afield as USA and Dominican Republic!!

Noah Mullette-Gillman said...

Glad you all like Golgee's home! :)
He's actually been a great help with my writing and I named him after a character in a story that I'm writing!
The "other forest dweller" Valerianna noticed is a marionette I bought in Prague. I think he's meant to be a devil, but I don't see him that way. I imagine he's a pre-Christian forest spirit. :)