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Kennel Detour via Frome!!

Disappointingly, there is still a hitch in finding a London site for my kennel! However, I have just heard from co-ordinator Drew that until a London site can be secured, my kennel will be situated in the window of an … Continue reading

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On-line bidding for kennels open!

From the organisers: BowWow Haus London is a collaboration between pet charity Blue Cross, American not-for-profit organisation Outdoor Arts Foundation and photographer Drew Gardner.             A network of architects, artists and designers have created bespoke kennels … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye to my Kennel Shrine!

Today my kennel was collected to start its journey to London. Exciting! It was great to meet Drew Gardner and Jay Goulde (organizers of the Bow Wow Haus kennel trail) and to hear about the trail history, the amazing other … Continue reading

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Kennel venue announced!

I now know that my kennel is to be positioned in The Town Hall Hotel, Bethnal Green, London from 19th March until 23rd April. Please visit if you can! It will be part of the trail of kennels all over London, … Continue reading

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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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