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Morag Framed Canvas

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Zeus; King of Goats Framed Canvas

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Margaret Framed Canvas

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Gladys Framed Canvas

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Florence Framed Canvas

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Angus Framed Canvas

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Agnes Framed Canvas

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Morag Canvas

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Zeus; King of Goats Canvas

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The Dark Horse Canvas

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Nanny Goat Bluff Canvas

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Miss Ellie Canvas

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Margaret Canvas

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Kune Kune Gloria Canvas

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Kune Kune Gladys Canvas

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King Arthur Canvas

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Herdy Gerdy Canvas

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The Farm Animals collection is full of playful personalities and creative, colourful creatures.  From stalwarts Florence and Gladys and their sassy woollen flock to King Arthur the horned Herdwick ram and Margaret the mature retired racehorse, our Farm Animals collection will welcome other animals such as pig paintings and donkey art into the fold in the near future.  If you’re crazy about cattle on canvas or potty about paintings of goats, you’ve come to the right place.  Our flamboyant artworks of animals perfectly suit those of us who love animal paintings but have more adventurous artistic tastes as they add a pop of colour and character to your home.  Move over, flying ducks, Gloria the Hollywood hen is coming through!

Brixworth Nursery Farm

I was commissioned by musician and charity farm owner Rachael Warwick to paint some prominent personalities that live at Brixworth Nursery Farm, a centre for adults with learning disabilities in the Northamptonshire countryside.  Set in 17 acres of the bucolic British countryside, the farm animals that live at Brixworth not only entertain visitors, they are now also immortalised in paint on the art room walls at the centre as well as available here for you to buy.  Gloria the gregarious hen and Zeus, King of Goats are the latest creations in the collection, which is an exclusive addition to our Farm Animals treasury. Read more about my collaboration with this wonderful project and listen to Rachael's inspirational country tracks here.

For paintings of our bawdy, boisterous bovines', please visit our Highland Cows page, or if you’d like to commission your own painting of your favourite animal, please visit our Commissions page.  For updates on our farmyard friends and other ongoing paintings, please follow Sarah on social media.


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Lovely print

Beautiful print and quality frame. Unfortunately it's not in situ yet as I'm saving it for when I move into my new property, but I'm very much looking forwards to putting it up.

We love Percy, he makes us all smile!

Brilliant service and easy to hang. Perry is gorgeous, and sits on the wall peaking out at the birds, like he's poised ready for action. He brings a smile to our faces, thankyou.

Great Finishing touch to dinning room

We have loved her ever since we saw her on the wall at Another Place. Finally bought our house and sorted the dinning room out and she finishes it of excellently.

Thank you.

Barnaby

Thank you for Barnaby he has taken pride of place in our dining room. We absolutely love Barnaby and thank you for the efficient, quick service.

Teenage Love

Wow, I have never seen a grumpy teenager smile so much as when he opened this for his 18th birthday. He really loves this style of art and is so pleased that finally he has his first piece to kickstart his collection over the coming years. Having had a Westie who was a real character, he loves this interpretation of this breed and even enjoyed the accompanying story of Teddy which adds to the piece. The vibrant colours will go with any background and will make a centre piece of any room. Shame that it will be in a teenagers room, but hey, at least we will get to see it at least once a year.