We can’t take a walk in the open anywhere without being herded up and kept in a small circle. The manoeuvres that take place whilst we walk in a straight line are anything but simple, but Olly feels they are totally necessary! He COMES BYE up the left flank and WALKS ON. Just as we think we’re doing ok there is a STEADY section as slow our pace up the hill. After a brief LIE DOWN, and an AWAY TO ME Olly has us rounded up and waiting to go through the gate in a nice orderly manner. THAT’LL DO.
It’s not often I bring part of an animal’s anatomy into a description, but I can honestly say these framed canvases are the dog’s b@//*#ks! - they are absolutely stunning; the nearest thing I can offer to an original painting. The top-quality canvas nestles perfectly within this contemporary black frame, with a small 5mm gap to create a floating border. I honestly couldn’t be happier with them!
I love the art work and would love to see you working in your studio. John had to have Badger, a lovely Border Collie he bought while visiting our late sister Anne Williams, 16 years ago from the farmer at the top of Wasdalehead he had a sarcoma in his left back paw, and didn’t think an otherwise healty dog would enjoy having to run about on 3 legs.
Badger’s son is 15 now and Blue a rescue dog is 4 and go for daily walks in Surrey of 15 -19 Kms so keeps them all very fit, John is bringing Badger’s ashes back to Cumbria soon, he stays at Parkgate .......John is a Cumbrian and loves coming for visits.
Good luck with all your painting and the quality of the print is outstanding......I’m thinking of maybe treating myself soon .
Best wishes, Kate Mann.