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Foxgloves

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Foxgloves a Surreal Drawing of a Fox in Pen by Jenny Armitage

Foxgloves (12 x 15 India Ink) $900 framed; $800 unframed

Yes I have a visual mind and yes the results can be silly.

Framed in a black wood frame with double grey and black mat.

 

Limited Edition Prints:  8x 10 $40 unframed.

Limited Edition Digitally altered prints:  11 x 14 $75 unframed.

Fox Gloves on Lavender (digitally altered pen and ink 11 x 14) $75 unframed

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Honking Geese

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I hear the sound of geese returning and I imagine something like these.

Canadian Brass Geese, Funny Drawing by Jenny Armtiage

Canadian Brass Geese (11 x 14 India Ink) $600 framed; $500 unframed

Framed in a black would mat with double gray mat:

 

Limited Edition Prints:  11 x 14  $75; 8 x 10 $40.

Limited Edition Digitally Altered Prints:  11 x 14 $75; and 8 x 10 $40.

 

Canadian Brass Geese on White (digitally altered pen and ink) 8 x 10 $40; and 11 x 14 $75

 

 

 

Horn Necked Goose, Surreal Drawing by Jenny Armitage

Horn-Necked Goose (12 x 15 India Ink) $600 framed; $500 unframed

 

Limited Edition Prints:  8 x 10 $40; 11 x 14 $75.

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Counting Sheep

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Counting Sheep, Original Drawing in Pen and Ink by Jenny Armitage

Counting Sheep (pen and ink 11 x 11) $500 framed; $450 unframed

My daughter says my sheep is smug–smug because he can count.  Let him be smug, as long as he, not me, does the midnight counting.

Framed in black wood with gray and black double mat.

Limited Edition Prints:  $8 x 8 $40.

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Horsing Around With Accordions

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Horsing Around With Accordian, Original Painting by Jenny Armitage

Horsing Around With Accordions (watercolor 17x20) SOLD

Buskers with wearing horse-heads and playing the accordion are standard Vienna fare. We heard these three coming to and going from The Leopold. They were loud, enthusiastic and good, playing both traditional folk and a few pop pieces. But mostly they are just visually fun.

—This painting has sold, but you can still purchase a fine art print.

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