Original sculptural art that beautifully captures Scrooge pleading with the ghost, grasping to control the future he has come to dread. Artist Ken Fedoruk.
Depicting Scrooge with his last ghostly visitor. This sculpture is a rare piece of fine art - completely handmade, from the tiny bones on the Ghost's baby finger to the rendered face of Scooge. A must have for the avid Christmas Carol Collector. Scrooge and the ghost are both sculpted in a polymer clay. The costumes are made of cotton, wool and leather. The scythe is cut and bent aluminum, and the base is wood and plasters.
With a character in mind and a handful of polymer clay I start sculpting. Sometimes I use reference but mostly the facial attributes are clear and I create a unique face.
For skin tones other than pink, I will mix clays together to get the perfect complexion. The eyes are white glass beads with hand painted iris and pupils. For the teeth I use a white clay and for the tongue a soft pink. These details create a realistic contrast that I greatly prefer over painted accents.
The finished sculpture is then decorated entirely by hand and each character is exquisitely adorned to create a unique one of a kind Christmas art experience.
My dedicated attention to detail is what sets these collectables apart, often making each element from scratch like paper top hats and knitted scarfs to Fimo candy canes and telescopes. I use the finest materials available including real fur, Swarovski crystals, antique jewelry, top quality fabrics/leather, enamel paints and glues. After years of creating these wonderful keepsakes I still believe the magic is in the details. Built to last, these charming collectibles can be cherished for generations.
This original piece of art is numbered and cataloged for providence and comes with a signed letter of authenticity.
One of a kind - Original art
Size 12'L x 12"w x12"d approximately
Collection number - KF175