thelorainlegacy asked: Your work is amazing. I love it.
Thank you very much! :)
Rooster for sale too!
If you fancy giving this fine gentleman a home, please inbox me for details.
Hens for sale!
These girls are available to buy now! Inbox me for further details x
Okay, so I had to draw a rough sketch of my rooster for the talented misshannahgamble and wound up being super immature about it and adding a dumb quote bubble and just wow.
And two things: Yes, his beak is actually fucked up like that, and yes, his comb is actually fucked up like that. All other malformations are of my own doing and oh god Buck Buck I’m so sorry.
Can’t wait to get stuck into my next commission :D
happieasahippie asked: I absolutely love your chicken art! Im completely charmed by it, it seems like most artists who draw chickens don't really capture their unique personalities, or their lively souls. I'm so happy to see your work :) do you know of Modern Game Bantams?
I don’t - please explain!
And thank you so much for your lovely comment :) x
Working hard on my next advert with Allen and Page
Who would have thought someone would actually want my hens?? :)
Solomon’s flying the nest - long journey to Canada!
Bought by the lovely chickensgloriouschickens
Sometimes I wonder why my chicken-drawing services are required!!
Just received this as a draft for my next advert illustration. Whoever drew this is a genius! So cute!
Better get to work then!
New works coming soon!
Serious drawing inspiration - what a sexy bird!
So I thought i’d introduce a fellow animal artist of a different kind! Diane Faulks specializes in the craft of jewelry making.
The Burnished Horse <— link.
This unique company produces beautiful bespoke jewelry from weaved and braided horse hair. Each piece is totally unique and special.
"The Burnished Horse brings a contemporary twist to the historic art of horse hair weaving and braiding to make stunning horse hair bracelets, rings and pendants. Ancient Victorian hair working patterns, Japanese silk braiding styles and modern silversmithing come together to make exquisite jewellery that you will want to keep for ever."
As for my own work, keep your eyes posted for pictures of my upcoming exhibition!
I attended a the Goshen Fair this weekend and as always was shooting this or that. Then I found the chicken coups and couldn’t get over how beautiful, interesting and incredibly enjoyable they were to shoot. It came down to one simple thing - curiosity. They were as curious about me as I was about them. The chickens and I were investigating each other - and there just happened to be a camera there. Most of the animals were ambivilant and the people were too concerned about how they looked - but the chickens just were there with me.
Look at all those beautiful beady eyes! :D