Miss Moon Was A Dog Governess. Lesson Five: Master Your Survival Skills Even When You Know You Will Likely Never Need Them.

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Miss Moon Was A Dog Governess.  Lesson Five:  Master Your Survival Skills Even When You Know You Will Never Need Them.  Oil on canvas, 12″x24″. Sold.

If you want to view the detail in this painting, I recommend clicking on the etsy link below to view the different close-ups.    I don’t have a lot to say about this piece….it speaks for itself, although I should mention that I decided to finish it suddenly once I couldn’t get the idea that the second Russian Borzoi (blue hat) was really beginning to look like Edith from Downton Abbey.   Either my brain is fried, or I’ve been watching that show way too much.  Not to say that Edith looks like a dog, in fact, I think she’s looking really good this season with the sassy hairdo and pretty outfits, but I think most people have their dog counterparts. Ever think what yours may be?

Side fact:  I must say ‘I want a Borzoi‘ at least once a day.   John always follows this statement with a resounding ‘No’.   I’ll work on him.  To quote my favourite line from ‘No Country For Old Men’- the same line I used when I decided to get Finnegan:  You Can’t Stop What’s Coming.

I should also mention that I do have some non-Miss Moon material coming up.  I’ve been working on some figurative pieces, one of which is fairly large.  Fingers crossed that it works out.

 

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3 Responses to “Miss Moon Was A Dog Governess. Lesson Five: Master Your Survival Skills Even When You Know You Will Likely Never Need Them.”

  1. Katharine Nelson

    HA! Am stealing that line! You can’t stop what’s coming. Genius. :) This is a wonderful series Janet.

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  2. Teresa

    Today is the first day I ran across your paintings and instantly fell in love with them. I will be adding your work to our home as soon as I can snap up an original. Your work makes me feel very happy to look at it. Thanks for all you do.
    Teresa

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