Garden Statue Children
- Dimensions: 12"Wx6"Dx12"H 4 lbs.
- Hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with high quality designer resin
- Each piece is individually hand-painted by our artisans
|Current Price||$50.00||November 28, 2018|
|Highest Price||$75.00||September 27, 2018|
|Lowest Price||$50.00||November 28, 2018|
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|$50.00||November 28, 2018|
|$75.00||September 27, 2018|
Meet the Newest Bronze Animal Residents of the UVA Children's HospitalFebruary 19, 2018 - University of Virginia
The first statue in the garden was the bear and her cubs, a bronze created by William Turner, who also created the statues of two fighting stags by the Dell pond on Grounds. The statue of the bear and her cubs was donated by Barry Battle, a benefactor...
Statue makes improbable journey to local churchMarch 3, 2018 - The Northwest Florida Daily News
He was just 31 and had two young children. For Schuble, the statue represents an all-encompassing feeling of hope, comfort and love. "Every Sunday after church, I have to walk up and touch it," said Schuble, who returns home with her husband in mid...
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The Boy in the GardenHoughton Mifflin Harcourt. 2010
There was a story that Mama read to Jiro: Once, in old Japan, a young woodcutter lived alone in a little cottage. One winter day he found a crane struggling in a snare and set it free. When Jiro looks out the window into Mr. Ozu’s garden, he sees a crane and remembers that story. Much like the crane, the legend comes to life—and, suddenly, Jiro finds himself in a world woven between dream and reality. Which is which? Allen Say creates a tale about many things at once: the power of story, the allure of the imagined, and the gossamer line between truth and fantasy. For who among us hasn’t imagined ourselves in our own favorite fairy tale?