Jul 132014
 
horse and rider

Artist: Alexandra Cook

Size: A4; approximately 21 x 30 cm

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equine drawinghorse and rider

Subject: the artwork depicts a female rider in camouflage (rebel, warrior, ranger, scout, patrol?) with a gun, riding a red horse, submerged in early morning autumn fog over a meadow. Double human and horse portrait. Original equine drawing. Open to your interpretation.

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You can buy prints and cards with this picture here.

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May 252014
 
A sheep and a lamb

Artwork by Alexandra Cook aka Linandara. An impressionist acrylic painting from Wales.

Spring in the countryside

An original acrylic painting

A sheep and a lamb

A Welsh countryside scene – details

We are often walk in the fields taking pictures of the Welsh countryside. This acrylic painting is the result of one of these walks.

 

 

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Dec 082011
 
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 December 8, 2011  Posted by at 10:49 farm, farm animals, green, lamb, photography, white No Responses »
Jan 122011
 
Bag Lady And Her Cat 
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Bag Lady And Her Cat

An odd couple. Completely unique, one of a kind, unplanned and wild. Few more images of them are at http://picasaweb.google.com/Linandara/TextileArt#
The lady has a little bag which could be used to keep few small (coin-size) items. The dolls are stuffed with the same fabric that they are made from so they are quite heavy and lumpy, could be used as door stoppers.

Please do not give this rag dolls to children under 3 due to small parts. Better used as decorative items.

Please only spot clean and air dry.

The items total weight is about 1200 g hence the shipping price. The Lady’s height is about 1 ft (30 cm), the Cat is slightly shorter.

I like the idea of recycling everything and don’t like to waste time. When I watch TV in the evening I rearrange pieces of fabric, buttons, yarn, ets in something of pure fantasy.

Hours Invested: 4
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 January 12, 2011  Posted by at 14:33 cat, doll, pets and domestic animals, textile art No Responses »
Nov 082010
 

An original pen and ink drawing of a cat on the snow, climbing the steps. The color ink used is of professional artist quality, lightfast

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 November 8, 2010  Posted by at 16:54 drawing, Newtown, orange, pets and domestic animals, snow, Wales, winter No Responses »
Apr 212010
 

Some camels and riders passing through a crowded city under pouring
rain. Inspired by a parade I’ve seen in Geneva once (without skyscrapers
or rain). Original in pencils, ink, gouash and watercolor, about 40 x
25 cm.

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Dec 022008
 

This painting (size A4) is on the way to Germany now.

I’m working on a Martian landscape in acrylic and multiple ACEO commission at the moment. The work is progressing slowly as I’m more interested in few writing projects. I seems to oscillate between various creative activities and hardly can make myself do something which my heart doesn’t want at the moment. I am often angry at myself for that but haven’t find the cure yet.

Non-creative activities like cleaning & washing are always at the bottom of my list. I am a horrible housewife!

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Nov 272008
 

The latest addition to my Etsy shop. I’ve got a friend who does stunts for movies in Russia and she kindly sent me a reference photo for this artwork some time ago.

http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=17845046

By the way Etsy does looks so much nicer for an artist than Ebay, but there is a small problem: nothing seems to sell so far…

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Nov 122008
 

I watched a program yesterday on Newsnight Review
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/newsnight/

I think the animal rights people should opt out of the National Health Service and stop using all medicines which were developed using tests on animals (and that should be marked on the packaging). That would be really honest. Scientists don’t want to torture animals. They want to save human lives, that, in my opinion, is higher priority than animal welfare. Of course, torturing is bad. Even if kids are torturing a dolly it is bad because the crime is in the mind.

No good scientist would want to make animals suffer unnecessary. Do animals suffer? I think, C.S. Lewis wrote that if you can’t understand “I am (suffering)” you can’t really suffer, as humans do. Well, that’s a point of view. I often think that cats and dogs are suffering living in cities and towns and really should be kept only at the countryside where they don’t get run over by cars so often & don’t stay in little dirty pens all the time, they have good natural supply of herbs & maybe allowed to hunt (they are hunters after all!), plus can run as much as they want.

Who is really an animal torturers, in my opinion, its creators of wild nature films & programs, who watch and film animals (especially little ones!) suffer and do nothing about this for the sake of “nice” picture. The duty of a human being is to help animals. Obviously we can’t stop all the animals hurting each other. But I sometime think, maybe we were meant to. Maybe in an ideal evil-free world all animals would be happy, domesticated and vegetarian (or scavengers)?

Instead of sabotaging research and by this harming lives (both animal and human), the animal rights activists should sponsor the research to gradually reduce and eliminate animal’s suffering. Full stop.

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