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Christmas Art

 

 

 

More than usual this year, I have been drawn to Christmas / Yule art, especially those pieces with an Old World feeling and those with animals.  It's even better when St. Nick or and angle has an animals with him/her! I have pinned quite a few Christmas beauties on a couple of my Pinterest boards.  After browsing them, I decided to share a few with you. I’ve included the artist’s name and/or link - only fair. I hope you enjoy these and that they put you in an even more festive frame of mind.  MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY YULE!

 

For the Love of Dogs!

 

 

Anyone who knows me knows that I adore dogs and horses . . . and all animal's really.  It's unfortunate that our back yard is too small to have a horse.  But it is plenty big enough for Seamus, our handsome rescue dog, to patrol against the pesky squirrel and those sunbathing lizards who have the audacity to enter the yard.  And Seamus will sometimes run under the bid feeder just to see the birds explode up into the sky.  All done with a huge grin on his face!

Merry Christmas and a Joyous New Year!

Wishing all a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a joyous NEW YEAR.

 

Anyone who knows me, knows that I love animals of all kinds.  When I saw "The Christmas Star" painting by Lynn Bywaters, I had to share it.

 

 

 

 

Deep peace to you and yours during this holiday season.

 

 

All Creatures Great and Small - Wonderful Handmade Wednesday on Indiemade - January 27, 2016

 

 

I have always been a huge lover of animals, whether they have hair, feathers or scales - always have and always will.  Growing up on a small ranch in the Texas Hill Country, all of the usual suspects were there:  dogs, horses, cats, goats, cows, chicken, ducks, geese, pigs, rabbits and many others.  As a science teacher, my room housed many animals, from a huge boa to fun Madagascar hissing cockroaches, from parakeets to African hooded rats, from punk rock guinea pigs to flying geckos, and many other creatures.  And my life has always been shared with dogs, all adopted or "strays that came to stay."

 

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