Linda Sharp

9 Feb 2010
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The title of this piece is "When I Grow Up I Want to be a Goat (#2)".

Goats fascinate me because they are so playful and have such a wicked sense of humour.

Goats will spend days setting up elaborate tricks, especially if it involves teasing a cat.

They will eat nearly anything, even homework that the dog won't touch.

Goats can produce wool and cheese, two of the most valuable items in my personal ecosystem.


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on 13 Feb 2010 5:02 PM

Aren't you truly amazing??  Wonderful likeness, must have used a mirror?  Love those mountains in the background, no snow either....   

Spent today playing with dyeing and discharging background pieces for the EC.  So fun, and may actually work.

Got your trunk show on the calendar, and very much look forward to seeing you in action.  

Enjoy wherever you may be ... hopefully you can.

Chimo,

Jennifer

on 13 Feb 2010 5:02 PM

Aren't you truly amazing??  Wonderful likeness, must have used a mirror?  Love those mountains in the background, no snow either....   

Spent today playing with dyeing and discharging background pieces for the EC.  So fun, and may actually work.

Got your trunk show on the calendar, and very much look forward to seeing you in action.  

Enjoy wherever you may be ... hopefully you can.

Chimo,

Jennifer

Kathy102 wrote
on 14 Feb 2010 11:51 AM

The goat is wonderful, the only likeness I see is the twinkle in the eye!! along with the grin of course!  You never cease to amaze!  See you soon, Kathy

 

flowerw4me wrote
on 22 Mar 2010 4:35 PM

This reminds me of a Male goat I raised his name was   Flag   tail up to trouble..great peice