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Product description: A whimsical bear, standing on his head, that was my original concept for No Worries. As the sculpture evolved it became apparent to me that this bear had a wonderfully warm personality, which produced various emotional responses when displayed in different positions. No Worries was originally carved from translucent Italian Alabaster, it was then cast in bronze using the lost wax process. Because No Worries emotes so many responses depending on how it is displayed. I made the decision to cast it in bronze and to exhibit the bear not singularly but as a group of three. Three bears, three patinas, three different positions. This reflects the bear's many and changing moods.
 
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$7650.00 USD

No Worries

Sculpture by Mark Yale Harris

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  • Product ID#: 203408
  • Dimensions: 9.5" width x14" height x5" depth
  • Weight: 48
  • Materials: Bronze
  • Colors: Brown

Artwork Description: A whimsical bear, standing on his head, that was my original concept for No Worries. As the sculpture evolved it became apparent to me that this bear had a wonderfully warm personality, which produced various emotional responses when displayed in different positions. No Worries was originally carved from translucent Italian Alabaster, it was then cast in bronze using the lost wax process. Because No Worries emotes so many responses depending on how it is displayed. I made the decision to cast it in bronze and to exhibit the bear not singularly but as a group of three. Three bears, three patinas, three different positions. This reflects the bear's many and changing moods.

Mark Yale Harris realized his passion in the Southwest; stone carving became his lifeís work, as Santa Fe became home in the late 1990s. Dedicating himself to creating in 1996; with much to learn, the artist chose a mentor who he had long admired to assist with honing his burgeoning artistic skills, sculptor Bill Prokopiof (Aleut, 1944-1999). In the spirit of the nationís most recognized Native American artist, Allan Houser (Chiricahua Apache, 1915-1994), Prokopiof and sculptor Doug Hyde (Nez Perce), took Harris under their wings, generously sharing their immense knowledge,talent, and vision....read more