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Self Snow Sculpture

Self Snow Sculpture by Mark Dennis

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Self Snow Sculpture
by Mark Dennis

A one-of-a-kind available EXCLUSIVELY at The Toy Shoppe!Santa is envisioned in many scenarios and settings; atop a roof top. sliding down a chimney, eating delicious cookies left by the kiddies. However, in this light and amusing scene, Mark Dennis has captured the fun, playful side of Santa. Santa is building not a snowman, but a self portrait of sorts - a snow Santa!

Mark's level of detail and his sculpting ability are second to none. Standing 14 inches tall, Santa and his 'selfie' are each a full body sculpt of ProSculpt polymer clay. In true Mark Dennis style, Santa's face is full of beautifully sculpted character with eyes made of enameled white mountain jade and subtle hand-painted details. Santa's face is framed perfectly with a full beard and wig handmade from wool. To keep Santa warm while he builds his self portrait out of snow, he wears a warm wool burgundy suit trimmed with faux fur. His shoes and belt are handmade from black leather. Santa stands atop a 'snow-covered' wooden base. A wonderful masterpiece that will delight for generations to come.

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Self Snow Sculpture
by Mark Dennis

Size Height : 14 inches
Edition One-Of-A-Kind
Materials All-Wool Felt
Pro-Sculpt
Synthetic Fabric
Leather
Hair Wool Wig
Features Hand-Painted
Authenticity Includes Certificate of Authenticity
Age Appropriate Collectible, Not Intended For Children
Country of Origin United States

Dynamic & Expressive Doll Art By Mark Dennis

Mark DennisMark Dennis attended Mansfield State College and majored in technical theatre. He took a sculpting class in college and found that he tremendously enjoyed the process of molding and shaping various materials with his hands.

Although he worked in various theatrical venues after graduation, Mark realized his greatest creative expression was in sculpting. Mark was always been inspired by the work of classic artists such as Rodin, Maxfield Parish and Leonardo DiVinci. As he sculpted, he enjoyed watching his creations unfold. Mark later managed a bronze foundry as a way to cast his work in bronze. In addition, he has worked in wood and other two dimensional art forms.

Eager to try new things as well as make a living, Mark ventured into landscape design and construction. He discovered that he could create dramatic designs with the natural elements in nature. However, after an injury made landscape work difficult, Mark decided to focus all his efforts on his most beloved art form. He now enjoys expressing his creativity as a full-time sculptor from the comfort of his home in Pennsylvania.

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