Barn Owl Collection
The Barn Owl is a symbol of power and strength. It is seen to help you be strong.
The barn owl is here to remind us that even if things are strange or tough, we can get through it, if we just listen to our inner self
The feather is an Indian Runner Duck feather (shed naturally) from my own stock
Professionally framed in solid oak, with 'artglass' that is used in the finest museums. It give the illusion you are able to actually touch the feather!
British Butterfly Collection
The Red Admiral Butterfly
The beautiful delicate butterflies develop through a process called metamorphosis. This Greek word means change in shape or transformation.
Butterflies have complete metamorphosis. The larva is very different from the adults. It also usually eats different types of food.
There are four stages in the metamorphosis of butterflies: egg, larva, pupa, and adult.
These little cuties have been painted using acrylic paints. They are professionally framed in solid oak with Artglass. This glass is used by the finest museums. The glass is so transparent that you feel you can actually touch the feather! Which have been naturally shed by my own flock of geese.
With their distinctive red fur, tufted ears and twitching tail, a red squirrel is a captivating sight. Autumn is a great time to see them as they forage nuts to cache for the long winter months - The Wildlife Trust
This Red Squirrel has been painted using acrylic paints. They are professionally framed in solid oak with Artglass. This glass is used by the finest museums. The glass is so transparent that you feel you can actually touch the feather! Which have been naturally shed by my own flock of geese.
A great gift for any nature lover.
'Morag. The Hairy Coo'
Meet Morag the 'Hairy Coo'. She's very cheeky, licking her nose. Who else can do that?
She is a clay sculpture on a solid handcrafted stand. She is best displayed on a table, sideboard or shelf.
I have one myself hanging on my kitchen wall. Visitors (when we can have people over) will see it every time they enter my home.
Where would you put this one? She's standing tall and proud on my sideboard, just patiently waiting for her new home. She has just been in a gallery competition and got through to the shortlist of 30 from over 1000 applications
£2000 including the hand crafted stand