Visitors of Never Land probably remember the Peter Pan dog, Nana. Nana is depicted sometimes as a Saint Bernard, and sometimes as a Newfoundland. But either way she helped take car of all the Darling children. In this sculpture, Nana shows of her sandwich making skills. Or maybe her sandwich eating skills. She may be trustworthy with the Darling medicine, but maybe not with the peanut butter. The food may make it to the table, but with a little St Bernard slobber.
The fluffy black and white dog in this sculpture sits atop an antique Peter Pan peanut butter tin, I believe from the 1930. Despite being almost 90 years old, the tin has beautiful bright graphics. I created the dog from different colored clay bodies, fired to cone 5. The Peter Pan dog sculpture measures almost 12 inches tall.