animal art

Love at First Sight - Pug

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Love at First Sight"- Pug
oil on canvas -8"x8"
animal portrait- dog days

People find love in many places and often
it is with our four-legged friends.
Now, this is a face that anyone could love!

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Puppy Love

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Puppy Love"
oil on canvas -6"x6"
animal portrait- dog days

One thing you might not know is that I am an animal lover.
There is nothing better than a bit of puppy love!
With this little Retriever pup, I wanted to capture
that certain "innocent loving" look.

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Lunchtime - Little Bird

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Where'd Everybody Go?"
oil on canvas -6"x6"
animal portrait art

On a bitter cold winter day, this little guy showed
up at the coffee shop for his lunchtime snack.

This painting is available @:
Terra Gallery
8 East Popular Avenue (arts district)
Columbus, Ohio 43215 ph. (614) - 228-4188
They have a really nice place, so check them out!
Click here to link to their web site

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The Bird Nest - Bluejay

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Bluejay Nest"
oil on 1 3/8" deep canvas - 6"x6"

Since I have been doing a few birds, it seemed
appropriate to do one of their homes.

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Cat Guard- Books & Boxes - window series

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Books & Boxes"
oil on canvas -6"x8"
animal portrait art

You can usually find the resident of this old warehouse
sitting in the window, watching the world go by .

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A Bright New Day- baby chickadee

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"A Bright New Day"
oil on canvas -8"x8"
animal portrait art

This little baby chickadee looks out with
the hope of a bright new day!

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Crumbs

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"Crumbs"
oil on canvas -8"x8"
animal portrait art

Little bird pondering a possible snack.

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Butterscotch

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Butterscotch"
oil on canvas -8"x8"
animal portrait art

There is something that has always attracted me to yellow cats...
maybe it's the amazing green eyes!

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Pink Roses

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"Pink Roses" -available
oil on canvas - 9"x 12"
Collectible Appletree Hollow Series

This is Flora Millicent Shepard, born and raised in Appletree Hollow.
From the time she was very young she loved flowers and seemed to possess the
ultimate "green thumb". She would sneak into Albert Findhome's garden
and prune his shrubbery into animal shapes.
It wasn't until she received first prize at the yearly village festival with an extraordinarily
large stemmed pink rose, that she was given the title of : "ROSEY FLORA" and became
the local floral expert. At the young age of 21 she established the first scientific lab in floral
gene splicing that created some of the most amazing species of roses that we have today.

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Xmas Wee Willie Winkie

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"Wee Willie Winkie on Xmas Eve"
oil on canvas - 6"x8"
animal art

My version of Wee Willie Winkie with his Teddy on Xmas eve.

Did you know the origin of the Wee Willie Winkie?
The explanation of the words to Wee Willie Winkie was to teach children to associate every day tasks with their own lives. Before the days of the wireless, television and the Internet great reliance was put upon the Town Crier to pass on the latest news and information. 'Wee Willie Winkie' was the children's version of the Town Crier! The author of the poem was William Miller (1810 - 1872) and the first publication date of the words to Wee Willie Winkie was in 1841.

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