Everyday life in a rickety old French farmhouse with two very lively Polish Lowland Sheepdogs.
A record of those little things too unimportant for a diary but too important to be forgotten.
Isn't it just wonderful to have two in-house artists.....just wonderful!!!Happy Weekend to you all.
We also had 'Scottish art' this morning when mail was taken off a chair --Our artist, Todd, didn't mind being distracted from his work with a treat, because he was already quite happy with what he'd done and was famished.
I couldn't help but giggle. Sharing the joy of "art" that our 3 dogs and 4 cats provide, oh yes, I can relate.
Typical of proud parents, displaying your kid's artwork! The Frisbee picture is just priceless!Karen & Kelly RathjeIowa USA
Ahhhh, I find this work to be, thought provoking, daring and whimsical. Bravo to the artist!!This morning Yogi tried to read the paper first ... and "almost" succeeded. Have a Wonderful Weekend,Yogi & his Mom
It is so nice to see someone - probably any dog owner - living with shredded papers. I have 3 dogs who favour me with redecorating my floors all too regularly! Such fine artists your two. And in mixed media, no less. (Sophie in the dirt. Any dirt. She's a winner!) Cathy (Thomas, Finni and Seamus).
So funny. We know that art well, and the Nose Art on the doors. Hope 'the font's' shoes don't feature as a sculpture.XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
Nice to see we enjoy the same kind of art.
reminds me of the time when one of my dogs destroyed Barbara Woodhouse's "no bad dogs" book!!….all over the house!they are so cute when they're asleep…..:)xoxo
I am standing back rubbing my chin. Yes, it provokes feelings. I am impressed.
The elephant trunk can now be added to the exhibition