Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Feeling Sheepish & Winter Sale

I was able to get more of my sheep painted last night since the kiddo and husband were out of the house. I am really happy with how he's turning out! Click on the photos for a larger image.
Here are some more pictures...


Just found out this is a Tunis Sheep. Somewhat of a rare breed. I took the photo I worked from at Landis Valley Farm Museum.




Also have 6 new pendants painted which will go up on Etsy soon. Here they are...


I'm feeling in the mood for spring so I want to clear out the winter items from my Etsy shop. Anything that involves snow or winter is 25% off, pendants and signs.
Etsy has no easy way to offer a sale so you will have to click "buy" and then let me send you a revised invoice that will reflect the discount.

10 comments:

vintagepaletteart said...

Jen....................your work is amazing to say the very least! I feel like a first grader compared to you. I tried oils once..............and that was my last attempt at it........LOL

=D *Lori

allhorsestuff said...

I really LOVE your talented creations!
I am holding out for my own personal piece with my Washashe mare...those sheep are beautiful faces indeed!
Kacy

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

I love how your sheep turned out! Very beautiful, love the rich texture of the coat and background!

Sarah said...

I don't know why you worried!!! It is stunning - such a sweet face and you pegged the eye!! Beautiful!

Kathleen Coy said...

Wow, you get so much done! I wish I could paint as fast as you, lol! :-)

The sheep looks so fluffy and cute, you're doing a great job. Love that eye!

artbyakiko said...

What a beautiful sheep! I love how you did the fur.
Will check out your Etsy shop.

Cathy Santarsiero, "The Christmas Corgi" said...

Oh my is your sheep gorgeous.

Carolee said...

He's just amazing, Jen - one of your best ever!! Love the pendants too. :)

~ Carolee

Salzanos said...

you really captured the 'eye" that soft gentle look sheep have. I raised sheep for a few years. I was very attached to every single one. I am in love with your work!

Karen said...

I love your sheep!!!!:)