His hands are sculpted from felt and wax. His nose is basalt. His belly and his head are oak galls, which are abnormal outgrowths on oak trees, often inhabited by insects. His pants are sewn from a small piece of vintage fabric. His tongue is felt from inside a piano.
He contains story upon story. Maybe this is why Clown from a Small Town, the art piece we bought recently, has such humanity.
[it's also because of the humanity bursting from his maker, portland artist lisa kaser. take a look at more of her sculpture here.]