Thursday 11 June 2009


Firstly I'd like to thank everyone for all your helpful comments on my last post. I'm sorry that I didn't have time to reply to everyone individually, (too busy dealing with animal stresses this week!) but I REALLY do appreciate your kind words and advice.
The buttercup rash has completely gone on three legs - it's lingering still on the fourth, but I'm working on it. Thankfully, it doesn't appear to be bothering Red in the least.
Today's good news is that Marlene has come into season, so not in foal!

I also found time to do a quick painting of a bloke with a stoat on his head. And a small boy masquerading as a chaffinch. My sister and I are organising an Open Studios event for Chagford Arts Festival in about three weeks time, so I am desperately trying to finish some work to exhibit!


Linda said...

So Glad Reds feeling better, and your little girls not in foal. Love the new portaits( That stoat lad looks like hes a bundle of trouble probably causing a riot at Toad Hall). Lindax

Unknown said...


I am thankful all is working out well for them...Good luck on the show coming up...
Love the new pieces of art..

Sonia ;)

Carol Anne Strange said...

Good to hear that Red is ok - oh, and Marlene too! Was that a lucky escape or were you hoping for a foal?

I do love your work and I hope the Open Studios is a fantastic success.

Much love and bright wishes. x

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

So glad he is doing better. Hubby also said he used a betadine wash and spray on Quintis sometimes.

I have not been able to get into my blog, only the dashboard. Keep getting the operation aborted messages, same as before.

Bronwyn said...

Such beautiful paintings, and I'm glad to hear Red is doing better. Hope the last foot heals soon. Good luck for the art exhibition.

Anonymous said...

Happy news about Red...I am really enjoying the bunny piece I won a few weeks ago. Good luck on your show coming up...I love your all your animal pieces.


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