Saturday, October 14, 2006
Surely you know what a kiss is?
This bronze statue of J.M. Barrie's Tinkerbell by Diarmuid Bryon O'Connor was unveiled in London on September 29, 2005. It was commissioned by Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children which owned the copyright to Peter Pan until 1987 when the copyright expired. It is seven inches high and has a nine-and-a-half inch wing span, and was created to join the hospital's four foot statue of Peter Pan. Limited editions (150 each) of the two sculptures are available directly from Diarmuid Bryon O'Connor for £1500 (approx. US$2,783) plus delivery, etc., with 17% of the net proceeds going to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.