Wednesday, September 9, 2009

White Wednesday, White Sheep Revisited

A few weeks ago I shared some of my sweet sheep. Today you can meet the rest. Most of these reside in my kitchen, but a few have roamed around the house, and are tucked in nooks and crannies all around.

This is a print above my desk in the kitchen. The black toile is a perfect compliment as a mat to the gold paint color on the walls.

This print is in my kitchen open hall above a black bench.
She is one of my first sheep prints.

I have about 15 prints that contain sheep, mostly grazing in pastures.

Hiding in a cabinet downstairs.

Downstairs coffetable

An oil painting anniversary gift several years ago that hangs in the Living Room.

Love those fall colors.

In a Christmas conservatory.

Sunroom baby

Out on the deck. I love this concrete baby lamb because she looks
like the headstones that were so typical of infant grave markers,
of many years ago.

Entry hall

Primitive print in kitchen.

Very old concrete pair in sunroom

Kitchen counter soup tureen

chalk planter

Salt and Pepper shakers on silver kitchen tray.

Well, I think most have made their debut.

Be sure and visit Kathleen over at Faded Charm
to see all the rest of White Wednesday.

Happy Wednesday,

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