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Herdy Gerdy Fine Art Print

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As guardians of the fells, Herdwick sheep play a major role in the protection of the English Lake District, as such they are free roam amongst our tremendous mountain scenery keeping an eye on the sleeping Cumbrian fells. HerdyGerdy is stationed in-between Borrowdale and Langdale as Sergeant Major of her regiment, the 6th Royal Fell Guards. She is highly skilled in surveillance and cipher, using the placement of droppings to communicate with scouts from nearby reconnaissance teams. Next time you’re out on the fells, watch where you step! 

Museum quality fine art prints made using giclée printing techniques, for accurate and consistent colours that will not fade. Available in a great range of sizes, to fit your space.  

  • 200 gsm Museum-quality fine art paper 
  • Genuine lightfast giclee print 
  • Large range of sizes 
  • Shipped in a strong tube for protection 

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We ordered 3 sheep framed prints. When they arrived they were poorly packed and damaged. WE contacted customer services who immediately organised for three new ones to be delivered. They are perfect and beautiful. thank you

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Percy the squirrel

Absolutely love the framed canvas of Percy which arrived quickly and was well packaged.
Percy has brightened up our hall with his gorgeous colours and cheeky face!

Everyone loves Percy

Wanted a feature piece of art for a newly decorated room, Percy is perfect, large high quality print and frame.

Great talking point and very striking

A secret Birthday gift for my 77 year old big brother

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.

Delighted She Was

I recently purchased the Yorkie canvas for my son’s 18th birthday. However, prior to wrapping it up I showed it to my friend who turned an impressive shade of envious green. Knowing that her birthday was approaching I surreptitiously narrowed the field down to Xander being her favourite and ordered it. Her face was split from ear to ear with the world’s largest smile that day when she saw it. My son on the other hand, also not knowing what I had purchased, mouthed the word, “wow” before going green with envy and vowing to steal it. She does not yet know where Xander’s resting place will be in her house but it will require a complete redecoration of whichever room. In the meantime, here he is on my mantelpiece.

A striking picture

Mr Bojangles looks great watching us from one of the feature walls in our lounge. We’ve just had it decorated in coastal blue colours and Mr Bojangles is the perfect colour for the room adding colour and depth. It’s a very striking picture and perfect for us as cat lovers