Monthly Archives: February 2018

Finished!

Finished today! Sooo happy! Only 2 gold Dog Angels on the top – I tried a whole row but it looked wrong – overkill!         I know the one facing the back is Snowy from Tintin, but does … Continue reading

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Nearly there!

One of my lovely Blog-readers (Susan Allett) told me that my kennel reminded her of The Little Chapel in Guernsey – images below. This in turn reminds me of Parc Guell, Barcelona, by Antoni Gaudi.  (I love connections in art!) … Continue reading

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Sides Completed!

Second side of saints completed today – so much quicker to do as it followed the pattern of the first. What takes time is working out how to do things. As far as possible, I use recycled materials – the … Continue reading

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Our Lady with a Handbag

My friend Anna Grayson sent me this image – a genuine fresco – can anyone explain the handbag?!

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Angel Dogs – yes or no?

Finished other side of roof yesterday. Now working on the other wall of ‘Saints’ with the kennel propped at an angle against the wall with foam pipe-lagging in between to (hopefully!) avoid damaging the work I’ve done. (I think the … Continue reading

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Downs and Ups of a Week in the Life of a Project!

Well, I’ve been doing lots on the kennel this week, aiming for a planned photo-shoot tomorrow. I was asked to complete the front, one side and one side of the roof, for a 3/4 view photo. Today the shoot’s been … Continue reading

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Kennel: Practical Problems and Solutions

With any art project, problem-solving plays a huge part and I love trying to work out how things can be done. Swimming lengths at the local pool provides good thinking time … The inside of the kennel was ugly: very … Continue reading

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