Unidentified quadruped (most probably an herbivore) found in the cave of Oreille d'Enfer ("ear of Hell"), in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, Dordogne, France. Aurignacian culture. It can be viewed in the National Prehistory Museum in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac.
The Adam Binder Club Website
"a rat licking its tail" by Masanao of Kyoto (active around 1781), Japan, mid- to late 18th century. Stained ivory and horn (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
GUNNAR NYLUND Katt, Rörstrand.. - Samling Jonason. Ulla och Curt Jonasons samling av svensk 1900-tals keramik, Stockholm H033 – Bukowskis
I can't say that I have grooved to the Dancing Bear theme, there are so many versions seen everywhere in Canada, but this one has a spirit that makes me laugh.
Wood Cat Sculpture handcarved by Peter L.Tyber and handpainted by Patricia L. Tyber - 1992
Owl by Giuseppe Rumerio FB --- Master carver!
contemporary folk art
Title: "Owl" Material: Western red cedar Post size:WxH 10"x 50"(25cm x 127cm)
( MK carving ) Abbotsford - BC - Canada
Anthony Theakston Ceramics This dude's abstraction is spot-on amazing...
Barely There: Minimalist Abstraction
Lea Stein Cats - Bacchus, Deco & Quarrelsome